“Cash Me Ousside” Girl Danielle Bregoli Stars in Kodak Black’s New “Everything 1K” Video
Update (Feb. 13, 1:41 p.m. EST): We knew this was too good to be true. A rep for Kodak told TMZ that the current "Everything 1K" video starring Danielle Bregoli isn't the official version of the video.
According to the rep, Bregoli's people originally reached out to Kodak's camp to ask if the "No Flockin" rapper would repost her video homage to his song, and he agreed. However, after Bregoli put the words "official video" into the title for the visual, Kodak became pretty upset. He's cool with Bregoli keeping her version of the video online, as long as she drops "official" from the title. As of today (Feb. 13), she's complied with Kodak's wishes.
The "unofficial" video for "Everything 1K" now has over 10 million views on YouTube.
Danielle Bregoli, the 13-year-old girl who became a viral sensation thanks to her infamous appearance on Dr. Phil, is the star of Kodak Black's new video. The young lady behind the "Cash Me Ousside" meme gets to be the centerpiece of Kodak's "Everything 1K" video. Bregoli posts up with a luxury ride, flaunts some cash and lip-synchs Kodak's rhymes in this new visual.
"I woke up in the morning on a cold slab/How the hell I’m in a damn cell/I’m in jail taking cold baths/I went down the wrong path/Lil' boy don’t go that way/You prolly won’t last/Before I had the fame I had the name/I earned my stripes like Adidas/Sliding base like I’m Derek Jeter/Growing up with no father, it’ll make you evil/How he gon’ learn to be a man when you ain’t never teach him," Kodak, who never appears in the video, raps.
Fans will actually get a chance to see Kodak on his Back and Better tour. The 2016 XXL Freshman is scheduled to perform in Los Angeles tomorrow (Feb. 10) before wrapping things up in March. Check out all of the remaining dates below.
Kodak Black Back and Better Tour Dates
Feb. 10 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Belasco Theatre
Feb. 17 – Birmingham, Ala. – Birmingham Event Center
Feb. 23 – Chicago, Ill. – Arie Crown Theatre
Feb. 24 – Tallahassee, Fla. – Coliseum
Feb. 25 – Odessa, Texas – Farwest Event Center
Feb. 27 – Mobile, Ala. – Reign Nightclub
March 1 – New York, N.Y. – PlayStation Theatre
March 2 – Philadelphia, Pa. – The Fillmore
March 3 – Rochester, N.Y. – Main St. Armory
March 4 – Tampa, Fla. – Wild Splash
March 4 – Wallingford, Conn. – The Dome
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