She might “cash” her outside, how bow dah?! Danielle Bregoli went from being known as the “Cash Me Outside” girl (thanks to her appearance on a Dr. Phil episode) to an up-and-coming hip-hop star under the alias Bhad Bhabie all within a span of a year — so of course, she’s already used to getting her fair share of haters. But earlier this week, Dance Moms alum JoJo Siwa threw shade at Danielle — and Danielle responded, sparking a very unexpected feud between the teenagers on social media.
It all started when JoJo, 15, retweeted a message from a mother of some of her fans that praised her for upholding what many deem to be an “age-appropriate” image. That mom explained that while JoJo often gets criticized for “acting too young” by dressing in bright colors and always wearing an oversized bow in her hair, she would rather her young daughters look up to someone like JoJo instead of someone like Danielle — who is also 15 years old.
This post means so much to me. Thank you Nicole for writing this! I love being a positive role model and I want everyone to know it’s ok to be a kid and to not worry about growing up so fast! To everyone who supports me, I LOVE YOU! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/rDuewQPz9n
— JoJo Siwa 🌈🐸🎀 (@itsjojosiwa) July 22, 2018
“This post means so much to me. Thank you Nicole for writing this! I love being a positive role model and I want everyone to know it’s ok to be a kid and to not worry about growing up so fast! To everyone who supports me, I LOVE YOU [sic]!” JoJo tweeted.
But Danielle had one thing to say to JoJo, and it wasn’t very nice. “Suck my d–k,” the “Gucci Flip Flops” rapper responded via Twitter. “Exactly my point,” JoJo hit back.
Exactly my point https://t.co/SMUn0702s4
— JoJo Siwa 🌈🐸🎀 (@itsjojosiwa) July 27, 2018
It seems like both ladies have cooled off for now, and Danielle is probably too busy to continue feuding with JoJo on social media. On Friday, July 27 she dropped the music video for her new single “Trust Me,” and earlier this year, she was nominated for the 2018 Billboard Music Award for Top Rap Female Artist — so she’s doing just fine despite all the haters.