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A feud between social media stars Bhad Bhabie, aka 'Cash Me Ousside Girl' Danielle Bregoli, and WoahhVicky spilled out into the streets of California.
Also appearing to get involved was nine-year-old rapper, Lil Tay. Now, now guys.
Bregoli seemed to throw a punch before being dragged away.
If you're wondering who Cash Me Ousside Girl is, here's a reminder:
Bregoli confronted fellow social media star, WoahhVicky - whose real name is Victoria Waldrip- to settle their beef and all hell broke loose, according to TMZ.
The incident went down Sunday in LA where Bregoli went after Waldrip, an 18-year-old Instagram star who claims to be a billionaire, and footage was swiftly shared to Twitter:
Danielle Bregoli caught woah Vicky outside pic.twitter.com/Pb8Ah3Dztc
- thatkiddtavion:stuck_out_tongue: (@taviion_) April 16, 2018
The fight video starts with Bregoli and her bodyguard going up to Waldrip, who was with nine-year-old rapper, Lil Tay.
Words were exchanged and Danielle allegedly threw a punch before leaving the scene.
The feud apparently started after Waldrip called out Bregoli in a post. Obvs.
Bregoli later deleted a post on social media that said: "Don't be showin up tryin to film me to get views. I shouldn't have cracked dhat hoe like I did, but whatever. She a joke. Moving on."
Afterwards Lil Tay and WoahhVicky posted this video to Instagram:
The row between Bhad Bhabie and WoahhViicky, who has 126,000 subscribers on YouTube and 1.6 million followers on Instagram, has been brewing since at least 2017, reports the Daily Dot.
It's unclear if the feud is real or for entertainment purposes, but plenty of people have been fascinated by it.
It's claimed that Waldrip made a racist track, titled 'Ching Chong', aimed at YouTube star Ricegum last year.
Bregoli responded with a video, telling Waldrip: "You can't even talk right. You need speech class."
Later, the two had a FaceTime conversation in which Vicky said she was going to beat up Bhad Bhabie.
All of that apparently led to their recent confrontation, according to The Daily Dot.
Lil Tay, who is nine years old and has more than 46,000 YouTube subscribers and 280,000 Instagram followers, was involved in the verbal spat.
Afterwards, she said Bhad Bhabie was a 'broke-ass bitch' adding that she 'can't fight for shit'.
The youngster also said Bhad Bhabie should 'go back to beating up [her] mom' on The Dr. Phil Show, referencing the incident that spawned Bregoli's infamous catchphrase.
No physical damage appeared to be done by either social media star. Thank heavens.
Featured Image Credit: Dr Phil Show / Instagram
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