Messy Video Shows “Bhad Bhabie” Cash “Whoa Vicky” Ousside And Neither White Teen Gets Arrested

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Messy Video Shows “Bhad Bhabie” Cash “Whoa Vicky” Ousside And Neither White Teen Gets Arrested

Meanwhile Black teens can’t even ask for directions to school without being shot at.

Published April 16, 2018


After the video went viral, Bhad Bhabie took to Twitter in self-defense. In her tweet, the "Cash Me Ousside" teen said she started the confrontation because Woahh Vicky and Lil Tay called her friend the n-word. 


While Black men are busy getting arrested for literally just sitting in a Starbucks, two white girls who are famous for appropriating everything from Black culture except activism are battling it out to see who can be Queen Appropriation.

Over the weekend, "Bhad Bhabie" — also known as the Cash Me Ousside teen — found Instagram's other white culture vulture "Woahh Vicky" and literally caught her outside. 

  1. In a video posted to The Shade Room, Bhad Bhabie confronts Vicky and tries to get her to catch these hands

    #PressPlay So this is how it all started 😩

    A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on

  2. Vicky, who is clearly not about that life even though she fronts like she is on her IG, tried to stay hidden
  3. But Vicky still ended up taking a punch to the back of the head
  4. When the video of the fight, or lack thereof, went viral, people had more questions than anything
  5. For anyone else wondering who the little girl with the mouth is, her name is Lil Tay and she's a 9-year-old rapper best summed up by this post

    Someone please give Lil Tay a timeout. 

  6. The throw-down between Bhabie and Vicky was best described by the dueling spiderman meme
  7. Although no one in the video was properly knocked out, Black Twitter dragged them both enough to make up for the messy fight and lack of repercussions they faced

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)


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