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It’s been about a minute since the news broke that Danielle Bregoli signed to Atlantic Records. But the 14-year-old meme star turned rapper, who goes by Bhad Bhabie, already dropped two new singles—”Hi Bich” and “Whatchu Know”—as well as a double feature music.
Bhad Bhabie’s new song “Hi Bich” plays on a familiar theme for the “Cash Me Ousside” teen: calling out haters.
“That thing look like you bought it at a kiosk,” she raps, “and they got the nerve to ask like shit, why you countin’ all the money that we got? I ain’t worried about some basic bitches.”
Bregoli brags about her “White J’s, white Porsche, white wrist, white horse,” and then says a million times over, “Hi bich.” The video follows her through a courtroom scene, in an electric chair, and then in her white Porsche—pulled by a white horse.
“Whatchu Know” is much of the same, with Bregoli talking up her “foreign cars,” “tiger mink,” and her chain that “cost ’bout a million.”
“Money fallin’ to the floor like it’s snowin’,” she raps (we get it, you’re rich!).
The people… don’t hate it. In less than a day, the music video racked up 1.7 million views and elicited positive Twitter reacts.
With her burgeoning rap career on its way, the teen known for saying “Cash me ousside, how bow dat” on Dr. Phil might even be outgrowing the phrase-turned-meme that made her famous in the first place.
Kris Seavers is the IRL editor for the Daily Dot. Her work has appeared in Central Texas publications, including Austin Monthly and San Antonio Magazine, and on NPR.