The teenage viral sensation responds to getting threatened by the iconic sportswear brand Champion.
"Bitch fuck Champion, I'm the champion," said Danielle Bregoli, the infamous "Cash Me Ousside" girl, when paparazzi asked her about the controversy surrounding her new merch line.
A couple of weeks after her catchphrase turned into a unavoidable meme, Danielle Bregoli dropped her own music video to Kodak Black's "Everything 1K." In the video, she dons her new line of "Cash Me Ousside" merch, including one sweatshirt that shows the slogan written in the same font as the brand Champion, with the same signature letter "C."
Upon learning of Danielle interpolating one of their logos without permission, Hanesbrand Inc. -- the company that owns Champion -- sent the 13-year-old a strongly worded letter, demanding that she cease all production and selling of the unauthorized merch within a week's time, reports TMZ. The letter stated that Danielle's association with Hanes' trademark has threatened the company's "extensive consumer goodwill and reputation."
Of course, Danielle, known for her outrageous temper, was not happy at Hanes' cease and desist letter. After she said "fuck Champion," she went back to Kodak Black's book to give the paps a piece of her mind. "You don't know if you're gonna go Hollywood or not?" she was asked. She clapped back: "I'm not Hollywood, I'm HollyHood." Indeed.