Danielle Bregoli, made famous for her daytime TV tagline of "Cash Me Outside How Bow Dah," and Cobb rapper Lil Yachty are going on tour together.
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Cobb rapper Lil Yachty, ‘Cash Me Outside’ girl announce national tour

You can catch Cobb County rapper Lil Yachty and Bhad Bhabie touring across the country starting in October.

Yachty, whose real name is Miles McCollum, went to Pebblebrook High School in Mableton. He announced the tour, which has no Georgia dates, on his Instagram account Friday.

As for Bhad Bhabie, you might know her as Danielle Bregoli. Still not ringing any bells? She’s the “Cash Me Outside How Bow Dah” girl.

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The teen from Boynton Beach, Florida — a few miles north of Boca Raton — rose to fame after stringing together those seven syllables on the “Dr. Phil” television show in September 2016. She was on the daytime TV show because of the toxic relationship with her mother, who said she couldn’t control her daughter. Bregoli was 13.

She began rapping under the name “Bhad Bhabie” and released a song about a year later.

A tour with the 15-year-old meme-turned-rapper makes sense for Lil Yachty, the self-proclaimed “King of Teens.”

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Earlier this year, she released a song “Gucci Flip Flops” featuring the 21-year-old Cobb rapper.

Two of her tracks have appeared on Billboard’s Hot 100. The teen is signed to Atlantic Records, you know, the record label that has also signed Cardi B, Gucci Mane, Missy Elliot, Flo Rida, Wiz Khalifa, Meek Mill and Lil Uzi Vert.

Bhad Bhabie has a connection to another Cobb resident: She and Marietta’s Victoria Waldrip, known as “WoahVicky” on Instagram, have gotten into scraps online and in real life.

Here is the Instagram announcement with the concert tour dates: 

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