Phil Show, during which she challenges the show's audience to a fight with the phrase "Catch me outside, how about that? Online, the clip has been widely mocked in a series of image macros captioned with various frustrating experiences. Origin On September 15th, , The Dr. Phil Show YouTube channel uploaded a clip in which a year-old girl named Danielle appears on the show with her mother, who has turned to Dr.
Phil because Danielle is stealing cars. Tired of the audience laughing at her, she cries "Catch me outside, how about that? Spread The clip, and particularly Danielle's "Catch me outside, how about that? On October 2nd, , an image of Danielle with "Cash me ousside, howbow dah?
Their most popular post, published on January 5th, received over 75, shares and 14, likes and reactions shown below. I'm About to Start Swinging As the "Cash Me Ousside" video spread, another screenshot of the video which finds Danielle saying she's on the verge of fighting someone with the phrase "I'm about to start swinging" began spreading as a reaction image.
It quickly became a popular image to recontextualize. For example, one of the most popular posts of the image was tweeted by ziamalso,  who captioned it "when i go to the park n they have swings.
Phil episode in the late s. The thread received 93 comments, many of which were agreeing that they too had remembered seeing the clip much earlier than it aired. Some suggested that the person people were remembering was the Gonna Have a Baby girl from the show Maury.
However, in a clip posted to the Dr. Phil Facebook page on February 2nd, , a voiceover confirmed that Danielle appeared on the show in September and that she would be appearing on Dr.
Phil again the following week. The article contained video footage of the incident, showing the three women engaged in a physical fight following a verbal dispute shown below, left.
Spirit Airlines subsequently banned each of them from flying the airline for life. The following day, the Teen Drama Inc YouTube channel uploaded an alternate view of the incident shown below, right. Meanwhile, Danielle posted a video describing the fight on Instagram shown below. The video was up for six hours prior to being removed, but was subsequently mirrored on YouTube.
The customers were refunded and refused service. It also promised to "leak" information at noon on March 8th, Complex  speculated that digital media artist Josh Goldenberg, aka Glassface, was behind the hack and that "FACE Security" was referencing his persona. Some were skeptical of the hack's validity. The hack was in fact an attempt at viral marketing, specifically for the video for the song "Juvy" by Mook Boy which stars Danielle Bregoli. Glassface admitted to creating the hoax and video and released the following statement to Complex: The intent of the project was to experiment with a lot of the forces we're seeing in current events today — news cycles dominated by speculation, hacking, politics , culture, and to make it feel like all those things were imploding on each other.
The project is an amalgam of memes, cultural and news talking points, culminating in a release on WorldStarHipHop. It's meant to be an all-encompassing experience for the viewer. A lot of people have opinions about Danielle, and this played with that idea — voicing what the general consensus of some people may be. It was interesting to see how polarized peoples' opinions were — some people stood up for her, while others wanted to see something negative happen.
Ultimately — this whole project was accomplished with 4 pieces of visual media so I think it was a success. Also we lost a little bit of final quality when it was uploaded to WSHH — wish everyone could see the hi-res.
In the video, Barbara Ann can be seen pinning Danielle down, calling her a "bitch," and grabbing her by the hair. While the show has yet to be filmed, Danielle's managers have confirmed interest from numerous production companies regarding a reality show with Danielle and her mother. On September 15, it was reported that Danielle signed a record deal with Atlantic Records. Within six months, on March 27th, , the song had sold more than , copies, certifying the album as a gold record.
Additionally, the album's success makes Bregoli the youngest female rapper in history to chart on the Billboard's Hot Mar 28, at