If you ever wondered what happens when a meme becomes sentient, look no further than the new rap career for viral sensation Danielle Bregoli. Danielle is more famously known as the "Cash Me Ousside" girl, but now she's adopting the new rap name Bhad Bhabie and dropping her first official single. This week, the 14-year-old rapper released her debut single, "These Heaux."

On the song, which was first teased by TMZ, Bhad Bhabie makes sure to let people know she isn’t anything like “these hoes.” Bhabie's vocals are drenched in Auto-Tune across the track. "I ain't nothing like these hoes/Don't compare me to one," Bhabie raps over a trap-inspired beat.

How do other rappers feel about Bhabie's rap career? In March, ScHoolboy Q gave some advice to the "Cash Me Ousside" rapper on Power 106’s The Cruz Show. “I would tell you congratulations on everything you got going, but you ain’t got nothing going," ScHoolboy said. "You got a little six minutes time. I don’t care if you 15, 14, 16, it’s over for you. This is going to get old real soon. So guess what? When it all comes down nigga gonna be like, you are not in the right mind you need to be in. So I'ma let you know right now. Remember this. It’s not gonna always be there for you like you think it is. It’s gonna come to a stale moment. So, what I need you to do is get your life together.”

If you would like to hear Bhad Bhabie's first foray into rap, listen below.

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