Danielle 'Bhad Bhabie' Bregoli and Woah Vicky get into wild studio brawl
Looks like Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, doesn't need to "cash" anyone "outside" to have a fight.
The 16-year-old, who went viral when she appeared in an episode of Dr. Phil back in September of 2016, after she uttered the now-infamous phrase, "Cash me outside, how 'bout dat?", has been involved in a studio brawl with fellow internet sensation, Woah Vicky.
Watch the fight escalate below:
The tussle took place on Wednesday morning at a studio in Atlanta, where Bregoli reportedly confronted the "trans-racial" artist while she was in the middle of a recording session.
In clips shared on social media after the brawl, the 16-year-old and Vicky, whose real name is Victoria Waldrip, can be seen punching and kicking each other as bystanders in the studio try to separate them.
Waldrip can be seen climbing onto of Bregoli to try and pin her to the floor, and repeatedly appears to hit her.
Bregoli, however, later took to her Instagram Story to assert that she had "pulled up" to fight Waldrip, claiming that her entourage wouldn't need to "hold" anyone, and that she actually won the fight.
"Anyone who says I got beat up is delusional this girl ain't hit me one time," the rapper wrote. "She grabbed my hair and somehow ended up on top of me the whole time. My face stayed untouched, not even a lash missing."
"If extra people are involved and you ain't even punch nobody that ain't no fight baby girl. I want you by yourself!" she continued.
Waldrip rose to fame after claiming to be trans-racial. She alleged that she logged into Ancestry.com back in 2017, and discovered that she is 25 per cent black.
Last year, she was arrested for kicking a police officer, and attempted to enlist Black Lives Matter to help get her out of trouble.