She's got a big rap game.
But she received stardom after her videos went viral on the internet.
She released the version with Megan in order for her song to be played on the radio as radio stations were boycotting Kodak Black at the time.
Not all elements of the were too impressed, but by now they should have learned, the more you try to knock Danielle Bregoli down, the more she is going to rise.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, this resulted in Bregoli and her mother suing a number of companies for making use of her catchphrase without securing her consent, though in the Walmart case, they stopped at threatening to sue.
She was raised by her mother as her parents separated when she was still an infant, her father, Ira Peskowitz works in the Pal Beach Police Department.
She is also a social media personality who is sighed to the recording label Atlantic Records.
This was especially true when her mother spoke — and didn't sound anything like her daughter.