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Danielle "Cash Me Ousside" Bregoli, a.k.a. Bhad Bhabie, has signed a deal with Atlantic Records. The 14-year-old viral star's debut single "These Heaux" hit YouTube and other outlets last month, clocking more than 21 million views at the time of this writing. In a press release Friday, Bhad Bhabie was cited as the youngest woman rapper to ever debut on the Billboard Hot 100. "These Heaux" opened at No. 77, between Hot 100 regulars Jason Aldean and Carly Pearce.
According to TMZ, the Atlantic deal is for multiple albums and is estimated to be worth millions. Bhad Bhabie apparently caught Atlantic’s attention due to the "unexpected success" of her debut single, which she quickly followed with her own take on Kodak Black's "Roll in Peace." In an Instagram post Friday, Bhad Bhabie said of the deal: "Teamwork makes da dream work bitches."
Prior to the Bhad Bhabie x Atlantic deal, Bregoli rose to meme fame with her widely shared "cash me ousside" moment on Dr. Phil. As the meme peaked, Bregoli appeared in an unofficial video for Kodak Black's "Everything 1K."
Of course, news of Bregoli's Bhad Bhabie deal has been heavily responded to in the form of tweets: