Rising social media star Woah Vicky drops Bhad Bhabie diss song

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Woah Vicky raps too, how bow dah?

Rising social media star Woah Vicky has intensified what has become a very public social media feud with Bhad Bhabie. Two weeks after the two nearly got into a street brawl, Woah Vicky dropped a cutting diss track on YouTube insulting Danielle Bregolli and saying that she’s “a ho and you momma a ho, too.”

She spends the entire video, titled “Action,” messing with a character named Bad Baby, played by a diminutive male actor with red hair and sporting a Bregoli-inspired hoody. During the course of the video, Vicky throws Bad Baby into a playpen and, later, into the trunk of a car, leaving her abandoned and tied up in a field.

“Next time you punch, don’t sneak me,” Vicky raps. “… Bhad Bhabie, you a cheapskate/try to set me up at Cheesecake/ask for the 101, and you stood behind your teammate.” She goes on to say that Bhad Bhabie’s daddy doesn’t love her, that she’s got daddy issues, and that she’s “soft as a tissue.”

The two have been feuding since 2017 when Bhad Bhabie, who has 4.1 million YouTube subscribers, criticized Vicky’s horribly racist diss track about YouTube star RiceGum. From there, the two had a vulgar FaceTime conversation where Vicky—whose real name is Victoria Waldrip and who has 1.8 million Instagram followers—threatened to beat up Bhad Bhabie.

Then, earlier this month, the two nearly got into a street fight with Bhad Bhabie throwing a punch in Vicky’s general direction before it was broken up by bystanders.

Bhad Bhabie is currently on an international tour, telling the Daily Dot on Friday that she’s focusing more on her music and less about the “Cash Me Ousside” meme that made her famous. But it’s unlikely she’ll let Vicky’s diss track slide without some kind of response. It’ll likely be just as nasty.

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.