Internet sensation "Cash Me Outside" is hitting the headlines again, but this time, it seems like the young girl is not responsible for it. Instead, a hacker/hackers are assumed to take control of her Instagram account, posting threatening photos and videos to her page.
Danielle Bregoli, a.k.a. "Cash Me Outside" became instantly famous way back in Sept. 2016 when she made an appearance on Dr. Phil show for the first time. This is because of the infamously incident of her endangering the audience as she tells them: "Cash me ousside, how bou dat?" After which, the 13-year-old girl instantly and unexpectedly became an internet sensation.
To mark her rather awkward popularity, several rap songs about her were produced and posers on social media have emerged online. According to Refinery29, there are about 30 fake Twitter accounts who are claiming that they are the real "Cash Me Outside" user.
And now, "Cash Me Outside" has created another controversy again, but this, it's not her who's playing the part, instead, the legendary "Illuminati." Apparently, it's nothing like the work of a usual hacker as the posting are more or less, freakier, rather than embarrassing or funny.
Although there are no confirmations that this is a work of an Illuminati, the primary photo of "Cash Me Outside's" Instagram account uses a triangle, which is a known Illuminati logo, with a word "Face" on it. It also contains a Russian phrase and several unknown characters.
What's creepier about the "Cash Me Outside" IG hack is that it posts various videos with distorted voices and messages vowing to create chaos soon.
"THIS IS THE MODERN DAY CELEBRITY?THIS COUNTRY GLORIFIES AND MAKES FAMOUSA YOUNG GIRL FOR BEING DISRESPECTFUL TO HER MOTHERSHE IS NO IDOL," the message warns.
Meanwhile, Daily Beast reported that "Cash Me Outside" has put up another page, ignoring the hackers, and telling her followers that she'll take back the account soon while asking them to follow the newly created one instead.
Whoever that hacker is, it surely frightened not only the famous "Cash Me Outside," but also those who follow her.