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The ‘Cash Me Ousside’ Girl’s Instagram Has Been Hacked & It’s Quite Disturbing

Okay, it’s official, this whole ‘Cash Me Ousside’ thing is officially dead. I could deal with the multiple talk show appearances, I can live with the Kodak Black music videos, but once some sort of demonic/Illuminati presence hacks your Instagram and starts sharing terrifying messages of chaos and anarchy, that’s where I draw the line.

Unless you’ve been traveling through space for the last six months, then you’ve probably heard of Danielle Bregoli. Bregoli became famous after an appearance on Dr. Phil’s show back in September of 2016 when she infamously said, “Cash me ousside, how bow dat?”

Bregoli, to her credit, was able to parlay that viral video into rap songs being written about her, fans on social media pretending to be her,  and even a network television show in the works. And if that’s not weird enough for you, the story of the Cash Me Ousside girl just got a whole lot weirder, as it appears that her Instagram account has been hacked by some sort of Illuminati-type group.

Two of the videos uploaded to her account come in the form of threatening messages, promising that ‘leaks’ and chaos will begin this week, specifically, Wednesday, March 8. Furthermore, the mysterious videos features distorted villain-voices that you would hear in movies and a red triangle logo with the word “FACE” in it. Due to the content of the messages and the design of the logo (a triangle), people are drawing connections to a mysterious organization known as the Illuminati.

THIS IS THE MODERN DAY CELEBRITY?

THIS COUNTRY GLORIFIES AND MAKES FAMOUS

A YOUNG GIRL FOR BEING DISRESPECTFUL TO HER MOTHER

SHE IS NO IDOL. SHE IS NO ROLE MODEL. SHE IS NO GOD.

PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO WHAT HAPPENS NEXT.

It may not be the Illuminati’s doing, but whoever has taken control of Bregoli’s Instagram sure has done a hell of a job in making it as creepy as possible.

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