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'Cash me ousside' girl's father bashes her new hip-hop video

'Cash me ousside' girl's father bashes her new hip-hop video
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Danielle Bregoli was only 13 when a momentous appearance on the "Dr. Phil Show" skyrocketed her to infamy. During a show spotlighting trouble adolescents, Danielle threatened to fight the whole studio audience, yelling “cash me outside, how bout dah?”

Her mother translated the phrase, explaining that her accent was from the streets, and the phrase meant, “she’ll go outside and do what she has to do.”

The clip went viral and the catchphrase caught on, inspiring memes and being quoted by celebs.

Since uttering those famous words, Danielle has cashed in on the pop culture moment, reportedly earning five figures for fan meet-and-greets and dropping her first single under the rap name Bhad Bhabie. The music video for “These Heaux”, portrays the 14-year-old mouthing obscenities about “bitches” and “hoes” and pokes fun at Kylie Jenner with a shot of a lookalike receiving lip and buttocks injections.

The disgraced teen was also recently sentenced to five years probation for two counts of grand theft, filing a false police report, and marijuana possession. Earlier this year, Danielle and her mother were forcibly removed from a Spirit Airlines flight at LAX after the two became violent with another passenger.

So what do the youngster’s father have to say about all of this?

Danielle’s father, Ira Peskowitz, has spoken out against the hip-hop video, calling it “child exploitation” and “disgusting.” The concerned father reminded reporters from “The Sun” that “she’s 14… it’s exploitation at it’s best.” He offered a public apology to Kylie Jenner for the video, telling The Sun, “I am sorry for my daughter’s behavior but I had no role in bringing her up to understand what’s right and wrong.”

Danielle’s mother, Barbara Ann, has had full custody since Danielle was 18 months old.

Peskowitz, a Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy, is currently locked in a legal battle over custody of the teen. According to Peskowitz, the experience has been traumatic. “Danielle is trashing me on the internet and her mother has been attacking my wife and me at our jobs,” Ira said to reporters.

Despite the challenges, the cop says he will never give up on his daughter, who he maintains is being exploited by management trying to make money off her social media posts. Peskowitz told reporters from the Post, “If and when I get control of Danielle, this stuff is going to stop immediately. My child or any child is not going to be able to produce themselves to the disgusting scum of the world, to watch a 14-year-old child out there while other people are making money and other people are exploiting her for their own personal means and satisfaction."

Photo credit: Danielle Bregoli

'Disgruntled Apple employee' leaks details of iPhone 8 right before launch event

'Disgruntled Apple employee' leaks details of iPhone 8 right before launch event
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“The biggest leak in Apple history.”

That’s what the press is calling the reveal of key, as-of-yet-unannounced iPhone devices and software features over the weekend. The major leak comes on the heels of Apple’s launch event on Tuesday.

The top-secret information was pulled from what seems to be the final build of Apple’s iOS 11 operating software, and published on Apple fan sites 9toMac and MacRumors by an anonymous source. It is suspected that the spoiler was the work of a ‘disgruntled employee’.

According to prominent Apple blogger John Gruber, “Someone within Apple leaked the list of URLs to 9to5Mac and MacRumors. I'm nearly certain this wasn't a mistake, but rather a deliberate malicious act by a rogue Apple employee.”

Since surprise is an important element in a successful iPhone debut, the leak may take some of the bang out of Apple’s big reveal on Tuesday. Gruber noted that "more surprises were spoiled by this leak than any leak in Apple history.”

Apple has not commented on the leak of the information.

What we know about the new Apple devices

According to the leak, Apple will unveil three new iPhones on September 12 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time: the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus. The spoiler also included a glimpse of the next generation Apple Watch, AirPod headphones, and Apple TV.

Here’s what we know about the new Apple devices:

  • iPhone X. This sleek device is expected to feature wireless charging and a six-core A11 SoC projected to be more powerful than any other chip available. The phone will have 3GB of RAM and a facial-recognition camera that will replace the fingerprint unlocking system of previous devices. The phone is also expected to come with “animojis”, animated emojis that mimic the owner’s face. One of the biggest changes expected for the iPhone X is the 5.8-inch screen that will cover nearly the entire front of the phone, and includes a virtual home button.
  • iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. These phones are expected to feature minor updates from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, including a new glass back, faster processor, longer battery, and improved camera. Like the iPhone X, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are expected to run on the ultrafast A11 chip.
  • Apple Watch 3. The latest Apple smartwatch model is expected to feature 4G connectivity and slight design changes. The Apple Watch 3 may function as a standalone device rather than relying on the iPhone to work.
  • AirPods. Apple’s wireless headphones, AirPods, are expected to be updated with new features, including an external display that show their battery level.
  • Apple TV. The redesign of the Apple TV may be updated with the ability to stream 4K content.

Photo credit: MacRumours 

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