“Cash me ousside, how bou dat?” who become a meme, and viral celebrity on internet was suffering from domestic abuse. After months of bullying from social media and peers at school, Danielle Ann was found dead in her room last night.
A fight with a fellow student leaked online of Danielle being drug out of a car and repeatedly struck in the head…
Just days after, Danielle was found unresponsive by her mother in her bedroom. She was then rushed to the hospital and later pronounced dead.
In September 2016, Dr. Phil had 13-year-old Danielle Peskowitz Bregoli and her mom, Barbara Ann, on his show because Danielle was stealing her mom’s car and was “out of control.” Actually, Barbara said she wanted Danielle put in jail or, as Dr. Phil succinctly put it, she “wanted to give up my car-stealing, knife-wielding, twerking 13-year-old daughter who tried to frame me for a crime.”
As Danielle tells her story, the audience starts laughing at her and she notices, saying, “All these hoes laughing like something’s funny,” and then the catchphrase was born, “Cash me ousside how bou dat.” She means, “she’ll catch you outside to do what she needs to do to you,” Barbara Ann translates. Where’s the punchline? You didn’t miss anything: The Internet’s just taken to mocking and appropriating a minor’s violent threat.
If you notice this threatening language or behavior in a friend or family member, use it as an opportunity to check in with the person. Every year, more than 3.6 million referrals are made to child protection agencies.
“Don’t laugh, use it as a chance to engage, because you never know what someone’s going through — it could be a cry for attention or connection.”