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New Details About Woahh Vicky — The Rapper Who Got Into A Fight With Danielle Bregoli — And Her 9-Year-Old Accomplice, Lil Tay

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A fight between three young aspiring female rappers has gone viral on Instagram after one went after the other on April 15. 

According to TMZ, Bhad Bhabie — also known as 14-year-old Danielle Bregoli who gained fame as the "Cash Me Outside" girl from Dr. Phil — confronted controversial Instagram star, Woahh Vicky, 18, in L.A. Apparently Vicky, who also claims to be a billionaire, called out Danielle in a post recently, which can no longer be found. 

Danielle and her bodyguard reportedly went up to Vicky, who was accompanied by 9-year-old rapper Lil Tay. They exchanged words, and Danielle briefly started hitting Vicky before members of their posses quickly separated them. 

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Danielle posted the following message on social media that was later deleted: "Don't be showin up tryin to film me to get views. I shouldn't have cracked dhat h-- like I did, but whatever. She a joke. Moving on."

Sources close to Danielle said that the fight really went down because Vicky "used a racially derogatory term to describe one of her best friends" at a recent birthday party. 

"When Danielle heard that,” a source told Hollywood Life, “she lost it. [Danielle] isn’t happy she gave Vicky any attention as it clearly only benefits Vicky, but Danielle won’t stand for derogatory racial slurs.”

After the fight, Vicky and Lil Tay, or Tay Cosgrove, went online to talk more smack about Danielle.

"F--k Bhad Bhabie,” the nine-year-old said in a video she posted to her Instagram story while waving a stack of money. “She’s trying to act cool with her bodyguard, but she can’t do s--t. She can’t even punch right. … go back to beating up your mom on Dr. Phil.”

Lil Tay is reportedly a protegé of rapper Chief Keef, 22, and they are in the middle of working on a song together. 

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"Me and my big Bro @chieffkeeffsossa got a video on the way Gang Gang," she recently posted, "be ready.”

Woah Vicky rose to her controversial Instagram fame after she publicly claimed to be black. She posted a screenshot that showed test results from Ancestry.com allegedly revealing that she was 44% African American. 

Still, her followers didn't think it was enough of a reason to justify her using the N-word. 

Vicky also had to publicly apologize after she released a highly offensive "diss track" against Asian YouTube star Rice Gum that used some very racist language. She was also arrested in February for kicking a cop. 

Danielle has not publicly responded to Lil Tay or Woah Vicky's continued comments on their social media pages. 

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Emily Blackwood is an editor at YourTango who covers pop culture, true crime, dating, relationships and everything in between. Every Wednesday at 7:20 p.m. you can ask her any and all questions about self-love, dating, and relationships LIVE on YourTango’s Facebook page. You can follow her on Instagram (@blackw00d), Twitter (@emztweetz) or on her website at www.emily-blackwood.com.