You ever wonder what it must be like to become a meme and how there’s almost no way that it could be any fun at all?
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I’m sure you haven’t because why would you – just laugh your ass off at the meme, we all do it it’s cool – but Bhad Bhabie AKA Danielle Bergoli AKA Cash Me Outside girl is here to remind us how it probably IS a pretty hard time for a 14 year old to deal with something like that, especially when it seems like the internet is never ever going to forget her bad behaviour on Dr Phil all those years ago. Here’s what she had to say about the experience:
My problem with the meme was always that people only got to see half the story.
For years I didn’t even want to talk about it. People would say it and I would just be like, okay yeah, whatever.
I was gone in a program for six months in the middle of nowhere.
I had no phone, no internet, no none of that. I didn’t see this ’til I got home.
I turned on my phone and I seen my face everywhere.
That meme made it seem like I was an evil, hateful girl.
That’s why I hate it so much because that’s not me…
Y’all can’t judge somebody’s whole life off of a 30-second clip… I always wanted people to know me for me.
I suppose she has got a point, but it’s fairly obvious that the producers of shows like that are going to cut it to make you look like an idiot because nobody comes off them looking good, so she really should have been prepared for that before she agreed to go on. And in fairness, if that meme hadn’t exploded, then she would never have signed a million dollar record label and become one of the most successful female rappers of all time and be absolutely loaded and famous, so you know swings and roundabouts surely? Surely?! But yeah I guess think before you post that meme next time. You bastard.
For more of the same, check out Bhad Bhabie’s experience at a wellness ranch after Dr. Phil where she claims to have been tortured. Such a life for a girl who’s just 18 years old.