UPDATE: Wednesday, March 8 at 1:40 PM EST
It was all a publicity stunt—however, we'd rather not advertise it and wish someone was actually teaching her to be more respectful.
ORIGINAL POST: Wednesday, March 8 at 1:03 PM EST
Hackers have taken aim at the infamous “cash me outside” girl from an episode of Dr. Phil, (via The Daily Beast).
Danielle Bregoli rose to internet stardom recently when she said “Cash me outside, howbow dah?” Her mother later translated the phrase to mean “she’ll go outside and do what she has to do.”
The internet quickly reacted, creating memes and remixes of the “cash me outside” girl.
Taking the role as parent, hackers Face Security Group assumed control of Bregoli's Instagram account, posting some cryptic videos that shame the teenager's disrespectful treatment towards her mother.
According to The Daily Beast, the first video read: “This is the modern day celebrity. This country glorifies and makes famous a young girl for being disrespectful to her mother. She is no role model. She is no idol. She is no God. Pay close attention to what happens next.”
A second video read: “Citizens of the world. Too long we have stood by idly and observed. It is time we take matters into our own hands. The time for change is now. The leaks begin Wednesday.”
A clock counted down from 19 hours to zeros in the third video.
The hackers also changed her name to “Democracy Dies In Darkness” in Russian and her profile picture to their logo.
Bregoli was featured in the Dr. Phil segment I Want to Give Up My Car-Stealing, Knife-Wielding, Twerking 13-Year-Old Daughter Who Tried to Frame Me for a Crime.
Aside from saying the viral “cash me outside” line, Bregoli also explained: “I’m pretty violent. Either I’m breaking down her door or she’s breaking down my door. I don’t stop till I start seeing dents in the door. I steal cars. I steal her credit card. I ain’t gonna lie, there’s no reason to lie.”
She sounds quite terrifying.