Danielle Bregoli, aka Bhad Bhabie, or the "Cash Me Ousside" girl as she was initially known, is very much committing to this whole music thing. The 14-year-old rapper and personality already got a number of well-performing singles, most notably with "Hi Bich" and "These Heaux." They kinda slap, but it's easy to understand why she gets the hate she does. She isn't letting that get in the way, though, and she's already back with a video for her new song "Both of Em."

The video, which depicts her taking a body to the middle of the desert, is just as obnoxious as her previous efforts. Near the end of the video, it's revealed that the body is a copy of her, alluding to her burying her past. It's all some sort of overly dramatic depiction of a rebirth of some sorts, but it's also got a car chase in it with the cops in pursuit. That's extra funny and bizarre when you consider she isn't even old enough to drive yet.

Vice News Tonight also caught up with Bregoli recently to document the filming process of the new video, and it's possibly more entertaining than the video itself. It offers an interesting look at how she went from a meme to a burgeoning artist signed to a label, from her early days to the shoot of a (relatively) high-budget music video.

Recently, she faced some hate head-on when she responded to comments by Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper, who reenacted her iconic Dr. Phil appearance during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Cohen previously spent time dragging Bregoli's appearance, but he apologized to her, saying that it wasn't appropriate for a man of his age to be spending so much time criticizing a teenage girl.