How Bow Dah? Twitter Turns On “Cash Me Ousside Girl” Danielle Bregoli

When the internet helps a person reach for fame, they’re sometimes cool about it (Jenna Marbles). Other times, they end up on a long, strange journey (Chris Crocker). Many of us know the story well, and it’s probably easy to let that excitement go to your head. It might be just a matter of time until you’re caught slipping.

Enter Danielle Bregoli, who blew up on the web with her “cash me ousside” rant on Dr. Phil’s daytime talk show. She’s just tweeted some ish that riled up Twitter. Read on for the users’ reactions—they’re pretty good.

10. Dr. Phil Beginnings

Danielle was profiled along with her mother on a September 2016 episode of Dr. Phil’s talk show. She’s a mischevious child to say the least, and claims to have stolen cars and gotten into plenty of other trouble. She taunted the audience as they giggled: “Cash me ousside, how bow dah?” The internet took that and ran with it.

9. Just A Youngster

According to TMZ, Danielle was recently busted for cannabis possession. She also faces felony charges of grand theft, falsifying reports, and fraud, all of which happened before she appeared on Dr. Phil. Her parents are currently in a custody battle, too. All of this and she’s only just turned 14.

8. Future So Bright

So what’s just happened? Well, Danielle has been able to capitalize on her internet fame. She’s reportedly charged $40,000 for public appearances and could be pulling in $50,000 for each sponsored post she shares on Instagram. She might become a millionaire by the end of 2017 if everything goes as planned.

7. Tweeting Too Much

“I’m bout to be a millionaire at 14. Whatchu all doing with ur lives?” she asked Twitter. She’s among the youngsters who don’t know that you shouldn’t talk about it—you should just show it.

Very few users were pleased by her statement. Here’s the hilarious rant that they started…

6. We Don’t Want Her

“As a member of the white delegation we respectfully do not recognize this person as a productive member of society,” replied one user. His tweet set off a string of endless jabs.

“As a representative of the black community, we also reject her, and pass her on to the Latinos,” replied another user.