Danielle Bregoli’s rise to prominence has been as bizarre as it has been astronomical.
She has barely paused for breath since her now infamous appearance on Dr Phil. That was when she uttered the immortal phrase “cash me ousside, howbow dah?” directed toward a flabbergasted studio audience who were taken aback by her braggadocio and aggressive behaviour. The phrase instantly became a meme and wildly popular on the internet, leading to Bregoli finding herself suddenly (in)famous.
You’d think that her brief flirtation with the limelight would end as abruptly as it started, however Bregoli has continued to defy convention. Since then, her fame has become akin to a slow-boiling heat.She followed up her tour-de-force of teen rebellion on Dr Phil with news reports suggesting that, along with her mother, Bregoli had struck a fellow passenger on board an aeroplane. Next, there was her appearance in Kodak Black’s music video for the track Everything 1k, in which she lip-syncs along to the rap while clutching large wedges of cash on top of a luxury car. “Cash me outside” indeed.Bregoli, then, has transcended her status as meme icon to become a fully fledged celebrity, to the chagrin of many people. But perhaps it should come as no surprise then that the 14-year-old is set to earn an eye-watering amount of money on her forthcoming U.S. tour.
It has been reported that Bregoli could be set to earn up to £40,000 a show when she embarks on her proposed tour.Puzzled as to what a Danielle Bregoli tour might comprise of? Endless chants of “cash me ousside”, perhaps? Or maybe she will reprise the lip-syncing bombast that was her cameo on Kodak Black’s Everything 1K music video?Well if you are already clamouring for the inside scoop on Bregoli’s tour, fear not, because TMZ has reported that the 14-year-old has “locked down” two venues already in anticipation of her live appearances. They further claim that the contents of the show will include Bregoli lip-syncing and rapping along to some of her favourite tracks, which sounds… good?
Perhaps most excitingly of all though, for fans of the teenage anarchist, is the reported Q&A sessions that will follow her lip-syncing antics; Bregoli will apparently be taking questions from her legions of fans, before permitting “invited members” to share the stage with her, at which point she will “joke around with them” in a somewhat terrifying twist.
If you are already trawling the internet looking for tickets, it seems that you shouldn’t have too long to wait (thank god), it is thought that a contract is being drawn up right now, so get your hard earned cash ready. as this one is sure to be a sell-out (probably).Personally, I’m livid that the careers advice officer at my school didn’t advise me to go and cause a rumpus on television; clearly that is the 21st century way to set yourself up for life. Anyone got Dr Phil’s number?