By Ne’ Richa
(AllHipHop Rumors) It looks like we’re not done “cashin’ her outside” anytime soon. Bhad Bhabie, who’s real name is Danielle Bregoli, always seems to find herself at the top of the headlines. Whether it’s due to her blunt point of views, or her attempt at Rap superstardom, somewhere you are bound to “cash” her defending herself.
This week, The Bhab decided to address those critics who feel as though she is appropriating the Hip Hop culture with her attitude and style.
She went on to state,
“You cannot act a color. Do not tell me I’m acting Black because I’m not”.
Some may agree that it is quite 20th Century is to assign a particular attitude and behavior to one race or ethnicity.
She went on to specify that,
“I get braids all the time, you can’t tell me I’m acting black because I braid my hair”.
The comments are ironic, considering that Bregoli shot to fame after a Dr. Phil appearance which gave us the infamous line “cash me ousside, howbowdah”.
It was clear even then that Bregoli had a style that was all her own. Whether it’s inspired by the Hip Hop culture, or the neighborhood in which she was raised, many would agree that it’s time to stop using colors as label, and just let people be who they are. Howbowdah?