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The ‘Cash Me Ousside’ Girl Paid Off Her Mother’s Mortgage For Xmas, A Year After She Tried To Frame And Murder Her

Cash Me Ousside

A Christmas miracle.

The ‘Cash Me Ousside’ girl might be one of the most awful, undeserving people to have ever made it as a Z list celebrity – in case you forgot she shot to fame after featuring as the lead on an episode of Dr. Phil entitled ‘“I Want To Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried To Frame Me For A Crime’ – but it turns out a year is a long time and she might actually have turned herself around.

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Whilst depressingly there’s no doubt that 14 year old Danielle Bregoli is going to be a millionaire if she isn’t already – she gets paid $50,000 a gig to go on tour and lip sync and perform a Q & A AND has just signed a major label deal with Atlantic Records that is apparently worth millions – there are still question marks over whether she remains the little bitch that went viral at the start of the year. Turns out, all of this money might actually have turned her into a nice person, as she recently revealed via her Instagram account that she’s paid off her mother’s mortgage to the tune of $65,000:

No matter what you say about her, I suppose you have got to agree that that’s a pretty nice gesture. Although then you consider the fact that she was such a little brat that her momma actually had to go on Dr. Phil because she wanted to give her up and you realise this is probably only a fraction of what she actually deserves. Hope she gets it, although you can see all of these people being broke in about three years due to poor financial management. An all too familiar story.

We’re also failing to mention that Bregoli’s – or her rap name Bhad Bhabi’s – new song is called ‘Mama Don’t Worry’ so this stunt is also probably linked into promo for that. Damn, probably shouldn’t have mentioned that at all really should I?

For more on this girl, check it out when she finally got caught outside. And battered.


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