How Bow Dat: All The Deets On Reignited Bhad Bhabie/Whoa Vicky Feud

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What's Going On In The Bhad Bhabie/Whoa Vicky Feud?

Bhad Bhabie first came to our attention as a troubled teenager named Danielle Bregoli on the Dr. Phil show. Since then, she's gone on to have a rap career (why?), started fights with Tekashi 6ix9ine (why why?), and now, has started a feud with Whoa Vicky (why why why?). But what's really going on with the Bhad Bhabie/Whoa Vicky feud?

"Cash me outside. How bow dat?" That utterance projected Danielle Bregoli into the pop culture zeitgeist, and she almost immediately became an Internet sensation. Sensing that she should strike while the proverbial iron was hot, Bregoli adopted the name Bhad Bhabie and started working on a rap career. The delicate flower of the Internet then went on to record her debut single, "These Heaux," which made it to the Billboard Hot 100 chart and earned her a record deal with Atlantic Records. (REALLY THOUGH?!) Her last single, "Hi Bich," also made the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Why, people, why?!

So let's look at what we know about this latest episode of ratchetry and ridiculousness. 

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1. Footage emerged from a fight between Bhad Bhabie and Whoa Vicky. 

TMZ was the first to get a hold of the footage of the fight between Bhad Bhabie and Whoa Vicky. The outlet reports that the fight happened in Atlanta at the Loud Studios, and Lil Gotit was in the studio with Whoa Vicky. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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2. This isn't the first time that Bhad Bhabie and Whoa Vicky have brawled it out. 

According to The Blast, Bhad Bhabie and Whoa Vicky have been at each other's throats for a while. The outlet reports that they first got into it back in April of 2016, back when Bhad Bhabie was 13 years old. (Where the hell are her parents?!) The first fight took place outside of an Atlanta strip mall, and Lil Tay sided with Whoa Vicky in the fight. It's unclear, really, what this fight is all about in the first place, but you guys were the ones who made her famous, so here we are. 

3. They're angling for a rematch. 

Because clearly there isn't enough ratchetry in the world, Bhad Bhabie suggested that she'd like to square off against Whoa Vicky again in an Instagram story that has since been deleted, according to Perez Hilton

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4. Bhad Bhabie claims that Whoa Vicky didn't kick her ass. 

The Clash Magazine reports that Bhad Bhabie rejects the notion that it was Whoa Vicky who emerged from the fight victorious. Rather, Bhabie claims that she could have gotten her licks in against Whoa Vicky had she not been held back. (What the hell is the point of a street fight, then? This isn't Mayweather-Pacquiao! There are no rules here!)

5. Bhad Bhabie is also claiming that Whoa Vicky "didn't hit her."

Wait, what? "You still never hit me!” Danielle says, referring to Vicky and the fight, during the live stream. “You still never hit me, not once! That’s what I’m not understanding. You got a whole video of you doing all this…,” she continued while making punching gestures with her hands. “But my body never got touched. Here’s the thing with the internet, though, Ima have to learn this on my own. Y’all gonna be against me no matter what," reported Hollywood Life, referring to a live stream that has since been deleted. 

6. In response, Whoa Vicky released a dis track against Bhad Bhabie. 

Because of course she did. 

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Wait, don't tell us this was all a publicity stunt. Sheesh. 

Check out the dis track below. 

We blame Dr. Phil for all of this, for the record. 

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Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in People, Teen Vogue, Us Weekly, The Source, XXL, HipHopDX, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, and more. She is also the author of The Uprising series. For more information about Bernadette Giacomazzo, click here.