Bhad Bhabie’s latest beef isn’t with any rapper, but a music app named Vezt.  

According to TMZ, the app claims to help people make money by letting fans acquire rights to their favorite songs. In one of their ads, the business decided to use the cover of Bhabie’s debut mixtape 15, and the young rapper is not having it.

Bhabie (legal name Danielle Bregoli) had her lawyers send out a cease and desist, and claimed she lost out on $3 million because of the company. The app previously asked the Florida teen to go into business with them, but even after she turned them down, they still used her name and image in a post similar to the one below.

Bregoli is now giving Vezt a signature 15 days to fork over the $3 million or she’ll sue. Bhabie also wants her name scrubbed from the app and to know exactly how much money they made off of her.

Bhabie made headlines on Thursday after throwing water at Iggy Azalea, who is 13 years her senior, during Cardi B’s Fashion Nova launch party. The teen didn’t hold back on social media following the altercation, even as Iggy attempted to take some sort of moral high ground.

We got a lot of memes, but this beef is far from well done. Bregoli later went on IG to post a photo of herself with the caption, “first things first i’m the realest.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

first things first i’m the realest

A post shared by Bhad Bhabie (@bhadbhabie) on Nov 15, 2018 at 10:20am PST