It was only a matter of time until Danielle Bregoli, the “cash me ousside” girl made a rap song.

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She has already been featured on Kodak Black’s “Everything 1K,” flashing a couple hundred dollars, but now it’s her turn to step in front of the mic.

What has been released of her song so far actually isn’t as terrible as many would think as Bregoli has a decent grasp of how to rap to a beat. This does not mean the song is actually good, but it’s better than we all expected it to be.

The 14-year-old spouts in the song titled (you guessed it) “These Heaux” about trivial matters in the unoriginal “Migos Flow” style: “These hoes be lackin’, see me in back and they talk all this s–t but don’t say it person/Well catch me off guard on no boulevard, four in my car and my driver my guard/Water, water drippin,’ come take a peek, you in a trailer hoe, but you can’t compete.”

The whole situation is laughable, but it’s like a bad car accident, it hurts to look, but you just can’t turn away.

Check out a clip of Bregoli’s first attempt at a rap career (courtesy of the New York Post) and stay tuned to see where it goes (if anywhere).

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