Whether you’re a Bhad Bhabie stan anxiously awaiting the release of the rapper’s debut album or a hater desperate to slam the lid on her bloated 15 seconds of fame, there’s no disputing the teen’s staying power. In this new age of viral catchphrases, the “Cash Me Ousside girl has carefully mastered the art of cashing in on both the adoration and hate of those who debate the status of her celebrity.
Love her or hate her, the 14-year-old is still strutting to the bank in her white J’s.
Along with nurturing her burgeoning rap career under the stage name Bhad Bhabie, Bregoli is keeping her fans wrapped around her gel tips with a steady stream of content distributed across her multiple social media channels. In her most recent video, Bregoli called in three generations of Bhad Bhabies and had her mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother read the raunchy lyrics to her new hit singles “These Heax” and “Hi Bich” over FaceTime.
NEW VIDEO!!! MOM AND GRANDMA READ MY LYRICS https://t.co/DgZQFwb868 – REPLYING TO COMMENTS NOW🖤
— #MamaDontWorry (@BhadBhabie) October 24, 2017
The rapper announced the release of the hilarious clip on Twitter, and her #Bhaddies were definitely here for the entertaining video.
Omg! That was a classic. Great grandma was lit
— Neicy Ness (@NeicyNess) October 24, 2017
My day was just blessed by @BhadBhabie and her familia omg f me up with that HI BITCH HI BITCH👋🏼😇😈
— Tan Tan (@tagrox2002) October 24, 2017
Our favorite part? When Great-Grandma JoJo brought the heat for bars like “Hop out the Porsche with a baddie/Got a nice face and a fattie/Do what I say like I’m daddy” and then followed it up with, “What the hell? Are we going to be on television?”
As easy of a laugh as it is, there’s a fine line between a mother supporting her daughter’s creative pursuits and encouraging a lifestyle that has already burdened her offspring with a sizable rap sheet. As is the case with most content spawned from the Internet meme culture, it’s better if you don’t search for meaning behind the banality.