Just a little over a week after dropping her debut single "These Heaux," Bhad Bhabie—more famous for the name she made as "Cash Me Ousside Girl" Danielle Bregoli—drops off a remix of Kodak Black's XXXTentacion-assisted track, "Roll in Peace." The original version pops up on Kodak's Project Baby 2.

The "Roll in Peace" remix finds the teenage rapper once again addressing her critics. In her video for "These Heaux," she sped past a group of protesters. In her take on Kodak's track, she comes at detractors with bars. "First they gon' mention my age, then they gon' mention my race/Hit million views in a day, they should admire the pace," she spits on the track.

When she's not coming at critics of her rise to fame and subsequent music, she's dissing common folks she calls haters. She also makes time to spit about quitting drugs and the frustrations of her new fame, which comes with being followed by tabloid reporters. She also talks about her father, who she says was happy to be out of her life until she found herself in the spotlight.

It's unclear when Bhad Bhabie will be dropping a project, but it's clear she takes rapping seriously. Check out her "Roll in Peace (Remix)" below.

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