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Every photo of JoJo Siwa contains the sort of forced exuberance that you expect to see from an adult actor on a TV show aimed at preschoolers.
In the mean time, everything about Danielle Bregoli seems to be the culmination of every parent’s nightmare. She’s an amalgam of personality problems and it’s making her rich.
It’s not a surprise that these two are feuding. It’s just a surprise that it’s taken this long.
This feud between 15-year-old girls began when a grown adult woman decided to take to social media to post a lengthy rant about why one was better than the other.
“I’ve seen people make fun of this girl many times because ‘she’s acting too young,'” writes a woman named Nicole.
“I don’t know too much about her,” the woman writes of JoJo. “But all three of my girls love her.”
She’s 15 years old and a face of Nickelodeon,” the post continues. “She also is a spokesperson for Michael’s Arts and Crafts store.”
“There are GROWN WOMEN on some of her posts who are trashing her because of the way that she acts.”
After decrying this, this grown woman then goes on to trash a different 15-year-old girl for the way that she acts.
Nicole whines about Danielle Bregoli, who “has publicly disrespected her mother, danced half-naked on the internet, dressed like she’s grown, etc.”
Many would point out that all of those activities are very age-appropriate for a high schooler.
“I would much rather have girls love JoJo,” she writes. “Than ‘Bhad Bhabie.'”
The woman then writes a line that has only ever been used by bad people: “And people wonder why the kids these days act the way they do.”
“People like JoJo are made fun of for being young while people like ‘catch me outside’ girl makes [sic] millions being a delinquent.”
In and of itself, that sounds like a woman who is trying to defend a teen girl against unwarranted trolling (while also making some mostly fair criticisms of another teen girl).
JoJo Siwa — or whoever runs her social media accounts — boosted this post, adding her own words:
“This post means so much to me,” the JoJo Siwa tweet reads.
“Thank you Nicole for writing this! I love being a positive role model,” she writes. “And I want everyone to know it’s ok to be a kid and to not worry about growing up so fast!”
The tweet concludes: “To everyone who supports me, I LOVE YOU!”
Would you care to guess who didn’t particularly care for … any of this?
Danielle Bregoli herself quoted JoJo’s tweet, adding a few choice words of her own.
“Suck my dick,” Danielle tweeted. That’s a fair and, frankly, age-appropriate response to seeing another girl your age boost a post dedicated to bashing you.
JoJo hadn’t said anything directly bad about Danielle at that point — she’d just promoted a post that did.
After Danielle’s tweet, that changed.
“Exactly my point,” JoJo writes while quoting Danielle’s tweet.
We’ve definitely been hard on Danielle in the past, because, well, she did very much become famous because of her delinquent behavior.
But she’s turned unfortunate circumstances into a success story — and she’s still a literal child. That’s impressive.
Danielle Bregoli is breaking records with her music, and was nominated for 2018 Billboard Music Award for Top Rap Female Artist earlier this year.
JoJo is also a success story, absolutely, but while it is never appropriate to harass her with comments about her appearance, we should be honest.
Danielle’s behavior — awful and occassionally criminal though it may be — is wildly more age-appropriate than JoJo’s.
JoJo’s look is clearly designed to appeal to a certain demographic — young children and their easily scandalized parents.
Danielle is appealing to people within her own age range, and it’s working. Part of that is because Danielle reads like an authentic teenager and not as a cartoonish caricature.
We’re sure that JoJo will one day be able to shed this look and live as herself. For now, she’s a minor and she’s making money by catering to kids. Whatever makes her happy.
But she should know that one can accept a compliment without agreeing with insults aimed at someone else.
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One of those grieving is Danielle Bregoli, whose Cash Me Ousside line spawned a meme and launched her very own rap career.
She revealed her chilling final conversation with XXXTentacion, and the words that will haunt her for the rest of her life.
Danielle Bregoli took to Instagram to share her grief.
“Yesterday,” Danielle writes. “I lost one someone very important to me.”
Before his passing, most fans of either of them weren’t even aware that the two were friends.
Danielle explains: “x was not only a close friend but he was a inspiration.”
Though she’s 5 years younger, she, too, is a rapper.
“He gave me the best advice,” Danielle tells her fans. “And was always there for me when I needed him.”
It sounds like she regarded him as a mentor. But things weren’t always good between them.
Danielle says: “Even when we would argue or he would call me yelling and mad or disappointed because I did some dumb s–t he would always say ‘Ight I love you mamas’ before he hung up.”
That sounds like quite the friendship.
“The feeling of him being gone kills me,” Danielle confesses. “He would always be one call away.”
The suddenness of that loss can really hit you.
“And I hate the thought that when I’m in the need to talk to him when I’m upset he won’t be here to tell me everything’s gonna be okay,” Danielle says.
Danielle also reveals, to her horror, what her last words to him were.
“Bc of that dumb Trippie and 69 s–t,” she says. “Unfortunately the last call I had with x ended with me saying ‘i don’t ever wanna talk to you again’ and nothing is killing me right now more than that.”
Danielle has recently been lamenting the toxic gangster imagery that some rappers project and even embrace as part of their brand, and the feuds that arise from it.
But she must be plagued with so much undeserved guilt over those words.
“And the crazy thing is,” Danielle says. “Sunday night I had the urge to call him and I forgot.”
Danielle describes how she got the news: “Then yesterday afternoon I plugged my phone in in the car and randomly ‘sad’ came on then my phone buzzed i looked down and I had got the message saying he passed away.”
That must have been a terrible experience.
“I didn’t know what to say and my mind couldn’t process it,” she confesses.
She says that, at first, it did not feel real.
“I just couldn’t believe he was gone and I still can’t,” Danielle admits, adding the tag: #ripxxxtentacion”
Danielle also revealed that XXXTentacion had made a video call to her.
She didn’t give any context, but some of his last words to her were:
“I was wrong. I was wrong,” the late rapper told her over a video call.
XXXTentacion continues, saying: “I’m not afraid to admit I was wrong. I care about your emotions.”
We don’t know the specific context, but it’s clear that 15-year-old Danielle and the late rapper had a close friendship.
Danielle Bregoli may have risen to fame for being a barely-teenage troublemaker, but she has some serious words of wisdom to share.
“This needs to be a wake-up call,” Danielle tells TMZ, to all of the rappers who try to present hardened or thuggish images of themselves.
“People are gonna get a hold of them,” Danielle fears.
“It’s not funny anymore. We’ve lost X ‘cause of this.”
She laments that so many individuals “want to act all big and bad.”
“Is this what you all needed?” Danielle asks tearfully. “Now X is gone. Does this make any sense to you, now? Do you understand this is real life and not a f–king video game?”
In video games, people can adopt new roles without real-world consequences. In real life, portraying yourself as a hardened criminal who doesn’t back down can lead to your death.
Though we don’t know if XXXTentacion’s death was the result of anything of the sort.
Most people look forward to turning 18 years old for any one of several reasons:
They can vote. They can purchase cigarettes. They can buy pornography.
But Danielle Bregoli has made it clear for awhile now that she isn’t like most people… and she’s just proved it again, according to a hilarious new gossip item.
You remember Danielle Bregoli, right?
Possibly? Maybe? Not anymore?
The teenager rose to fame via a couple appearances on the Dr. Phil Show, most notably the time in early 2017 when she screamed at an audience member with whom she was arguing to “Cash me ousside, howbow dah.”
The phrase made so little sense, and Bregoli came across as such an entitled little angry brat by yelling it, that she became a D-List celebrity for several months.
(It’s true. Welcome to the Social Media Era, folks.)
There was talk of a Danielle Bregoli reality show and even a music career for this very random 15-year old.
Thankfully, Bregoli has faded from the news of late, but In Touch Weekly claims she is formulating a plan to leap back into the spotlight.
It involves Travis Scott, Kylie Jenner, sex and romance.
Essentially, Bregoli plans to steal Scott from his baby mama.
“Danielle’s telling all her friends [that] Kylie better enjoy this time with Travis because once she turns 18, he’s hers,” a source tells this tabloid, presumably with a straight face.
This insider adds:
“For the longest time, she’s had the biggest crush on Travis. She digs his music, swag, sex appeal, everything about him.
“She’d love to collaborate with him because she thinks he’s more than talented.”
Scott, of course, is the father of Stormi Webster, a daughter to whom Kylie have birth back in February.
He and Jenner remain a romantic pairing, as proven by their above MET Gala appearance about six weeks ago.
They don’t seem totally and completely in love or anything, though, so maybe Bregoli has a shot!
Here’s the thing, though: Danielle turns 18 years old on March 26, 2021.
Does anyone really think he and Jenner will still be together at that point?
The consensus across the Internet is that Scott and Jenner didn’t mean to get pregnant and are only pretending to be together for a certain period of time now in order to not sully their image.
We’re guessing Kylie would happily just let Bregoli have Travis in a few years.
Last August, meanwhile, Bregoli mocked Jenner for her lip implants, while she’s often taken shots at her sister Kim Kardashian and other family members.
It’s not a bad strategy, really, to go after the big kahunas in the reality TV space in order to establish oneself as a threat.
Danielle may have missed her opportunity, however.
She was (somehow) huge for awhile last year and has since faded back into obscurity.
If she thinks that getting with Travis Scott far down the line will help her become rich and famous once again… well … we can’t wait to watch her try!
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