Danielle "Cash Me Ousside" Bregoli, a.k.a. Bhad Bhabie, decided to share her thoughts over a Kodak Black and XXXTentacion track. If that sounds like something you'd want to hear, you can stream the Bad Bhabie remix of Kodak's X-featuring Project Baby 2 cut "Roll in Peace" above.
Bhabie's take on "Roll in Peace" includes multiple laments aimed at TMZ paparazzi, those who criticize her for her age (14), those who criticize her for her race, and anyone not impressed by her massive YouTube popularity. Bhabie also slams her father:
My daddy ain't buy it/He left me in private
And tried to come back when he seen I was shinin/But fuck him, I'm grindin'
This "remix" follows Bhabie's debut single and video "These Heaux," which dropped last week.
Bhabie's Kodak connection extends back to her appearance in the "Everything 1K" video. The video was released shortly after Bhabie's "cash me ousside" moment on Dr. Phil was fully meme-ified, initially resulting in conflicting reports as to whether the video was officially sanctioned by Kodak's team. Ultimately, a rep for Kodak told TMZ that Bhabie's people had asked him to post the video on his Instagram account. It was not, however, the official "Everything 1K" video.
In August, Bhabie struck a plea deal related to Florida-based charges and was given five years probation. A judge agreed to let her complete the probation in her new home state of California.