Mar 13th, 2017, 12:20 PM

Danielle Bregoli and Modern Day Celebrity

By Anabel Bachour
image credit: Facebook/Danielle Bregoli
The "Cash Me Ousside, How Bou Dah" girl will soon get her own reality TV show.

We are getting used to people becoming famous online and getting their own reality show for no obvious reason. But getting rich and famous for insulting your own mother? 

Danielle Bregoli is a 13-year-old who has problems with her mother, not unlike many other teenagers at that age. But what made her case unusual was that her mother went to Dr. Phil because her daughter was "out of control". Danielle's mother was hoping that bringing her to a live television show would help control her. It didn't turn out that way.

When Danielle went on Dr. Phil's show, she admitted that she can be "pretty violent" and doesn't back off when her mother angers her. She said her mother does anything to stop her from having fun. At one point in the show when she was insulting her mother, she turned to the audience and called them "a bunch of hoes". Even more astonishing, every time Danielle said something insulting, the audience cheered and applauded.

Image credit: Danielle Bregoli on Instagram

After she got famous, Danielle even insulted Dr. Phil, who was the reason she got to where she is now. She told him: "You were nothin’ before I came on this show". 

What is this world coming to?

Since her interview with Dr. Phil, Danielle has became an internet icon on Intagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Her phrase "Cash me ousside, how bou dat" has become a meme, T-shirt slang, and a bitmoji. Rap songs have even been written about her. This rude 13-year-old has her own fan base now. WTF, right? 

All of this reveals, in my opinion, how the world responds to public abuse. You get famous.

Not only did Danielle get famous, she is now getting her own reality TV show. As TMZ revealed: "Danielle's managers tell us they've been contacted by seven production companies and are scheduling meetings for this week. We're told four of the companies are interested in doing a reality show with Danielle and her mom. And, we're told, she'll likely move to Hollywood for a reality show." Life&Style magazine, Hollywood Life, Daily News Entertainment, and many other websites have talked about this. What will her reality TV show be called? I have an idea: "Cash Me on TV"

You are probably thinking, "what the hell America?" No matter, Danielle is taking advantage of her fame. She is now charging $40,000 for an appearance. How about that, charging money for being herself — a rude teenager.


I guess this is not something new to complain about. A lot of today's celebrities — like the Kardashians and Jenners — got famous for doing nothing. Kim Kardashian West initially became known to the public after a sex video with her ex-boyfriend went online. Next thing you know, we're watching the reality TV show, "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" — a huge hit not only in the United States but worldwide. Another example is Paris Hilton, who got famous just because her father owned a hotel chain — and a sex video, of course. Others have gained fame for being hot on Instagram or from blogging about their random daily thoughts.

What is worth mentioning here is that most of these "celebrities" are Americans. Now we can add Danielle Bregoli to the "Famous for Doing Nothing" crew. Bravo America. Keep it up, I guess...