The New York radio veterans don't want any part in promoting the Dr. Phil-spawned viral sensation.
Danielle Bregoli, the girl responsible for the meme and catchphrase "Cash me ousside, how bow dah?" is the definition of the viral star.
Since getting meme-ified last month, the 13-year-old now has 5.4 million followers on Instagram. She's also become a sensation in the hip-hop world, as her fight videos and expletive-ridden tantrums have come ready-made for the WorldStar audience. She also created her own music video to Kodak Black's "Everything 1K," which now has over 16 million YouTube views. She started a Twitter beef with Soulja Boy just the other day.
She recently appeared on The Cruz Show on the L.A. hip-hop station Power 106, and her interview earned her more viral headlines, as she used her airtime to diss Kylie Jenner, saying, "How do you go from fuckin' lips the size of a twig, and a body that looks like a fuckin' paperclip, and now you look like an hourglass?"
There are some radio hosts -- those gatekeepers of the culture who reside on the opposite coast -- however, who do not want any part of the exorbitant attention surrounding the teenage Internet star. Both Ebro and Charlamagne, of New York's HOT 97 and Power 105.1 respectively, have declined offers to have Bregoli guest on their shows.
"Absolutely not," wrote Charlamagne in response to the pitch, shown in a screenshot that he posted on Instagram. Ebro received the exact same offer, which he also revealed on Instagram. He captioned his post, "Wish I could say 'Fuck that lil girl..' But she's a child.."