The "Cash Me Ousside" Girl, Danielle Bregoli, just starred in her second music video... but is none too happy about it.
According to TMZ, Miami rapper Stitches — the guy who made headlines for trying to fight The Game — duped the 13-year-old Bregoli into doing it. The rapper and his team reached out to Bregoli's camp with vague propositions about collaborating, which Bregoli's reps declined. Stitches didn't take no for an answer, though. He then reportedly reached out to one of Bregoli's friends on social media and offered the girl cash if she was able to get Danielle to his house.
It worked; Bregoli and her friend showed up and ended up recording a song and music video while they were there, and Bregoli's camp is livid.
According to TMZ's sources, they feel that Stitches exploited their client's fame for his own gain, telling TMZ, "Stitches is a scumbag. He tricked a child into his van by offering her candy."
They're pissed because Stitches collaborated with the 13-year-old without consent from her mom or her management, and claimed that Danielle was uncomfortable during the entire experience. Stitches says that Bregoli wanted to be featured on the track, and that there was no money or contract involved. He's claiming that he only wants what's best for her, and wants to be a positive mentor for Bregoli.
Luring an underage girl to your house by contacting her friend on social media and paying them to get the girl to come over? That doesn't sound like "positive mentor" stuff to me — more like "call the police" behavior, tbh. Meanwhile, the teen's social media accounts may have been hacked, leaving fans worried about her-- but Stitches recently posted a video of the two of them hanging out on his Insta, letting everyone know she's ok, before setting his account to private.
You can check out clips of Bregoli and Stitches filming the video together here.