Danielle Bregoli, or as you may know her, the “cash me ousside girl,” is the internet’s product of fame. She gained worldwide stardom by appearing on Dr. Phil a few months ago and uttering what became her catchphrase, “cash me ousside, how bow dah?”
What was then another daytime-television dumpster fire became a meme and internet sensation. You saw screengrabs, gifs and all sorts of retweeted and shared media that all sourced back to her and her accent, which she explained came from “the streets.” Whatever you say, kid.
If you’re like me, you’re tired of her 15-minutes of fame. But if you’ve muted keywords that link back to her on Twitter, you might be missing out a hilarious roast, courtesy of damn near every race and religion on the planet.
You see, when Bregoli recently tweeted “I’m bout to be a millionaire at 14. Whatchu all doing with ur lives?” she probably didn’t expect folks to react by pushing her off on each other.
fuck y’all pic.twitter.com/qFTid3E6Vc
— Danielle Bregoli (@DanielIeBregoli) April 9, 2017
Here’s a closer look.
First it was white folks who offered her to the black community, who promptly rejected and offered her to the Latinos. But they didn’t want her, so they offered her to the Asians. No dice.
Then it was Muslim folks who said no thanks, so they offered her up to extraterrestrial aliens. Unfortunately, they didn’t want to cash her in space and passed on her.
Luckily, though, there was one area of this dimension that would gladly accept her as part of the society.
Dress light for high temperatures, how bow dah?