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Jeffree Star's Fans Don't Know How to Feel About His Bhad Bhabie Makeup Review


When it comes to cosmetics reviews, there are fewer names bigger than YouTuber Jeffree Star. And when it comes to annoying kids on the Dr. Phil show who don affected accents and personalities in an attempt to appear hard, there are fewer kids more popular than "Cash me Ousside, How 'Bout Dat?" girl.

Danielle Bregoli's viral fame morphed into a type of fame-for-fame's sake phenomenon that could only exist in today's social media climate. People at first poked fun at a delusional little runt who got on her mom's nerves, and then said little runt capitalized on the fame to make "money moves." And those moves included attempts at creating un-enthusiastic hip-hop tracks, leveraging a growing social media presence, and now, selling makeup products. Oh, and she's rebranded herself as Bhad Bhabie.

And while Bhad Bhabie looks like every girl I've seen starting fights in the stands at an Islanders game, for some reason, CopyCat Beauty paid her $900,000 for a six-month contract to be a spokesperson for their brand.