In 2017, there's truly no longer a distinction between viral culture and hip-hop. If the endless stream of rap-based memes and the music industry's apparent use of them didn't convince you of that notion, maybe this will: "Cash Me Ousside" girl Danielle Bregoli—the teenager who made viral waves last year with the shocking and comical level of  disrespect she aimed at her mother on Dr. Phil—has a new rap song. Check out a snippet of the track below.

The new track, a snippet of which was obtained by TMZ, is called "These Heaux," and as you probably could've guessed, the song finds Bregoli bashing on young women she considers to be lesser than she is. She uses what sounds like a healthy dose of Auto-Tune during her verse.

"These hoes be lackin', see me in back and ... they talk all this sh*t but don't say it in person," she spits in one part of the track. "Water, water drippin', come take a peek ... you in a trailer hoe, bitch you can't compete."

"These Heaux" will presumably be one of the first rap tracks Bregoli drops as she begins something resembling a rap career. Just in case you thought she was joking, she's even got a rap name. She'll apparently be going by the name of "Bhad Bhabie."

For Bregoli, this is just another entry into her growing relationship with hip-hop. Back in February, she appeared in an unofficial video for Kodak Black's "Everything 1K." Back in May, it was revealed she was planning to tour the country lip-syncing to rap songs. Now, she's got a song where she's talking about sipping lean and flexing on lames, and as long as people remain enamored with her antics, her 15 minutes of fame could be extended.

Check out a preview of "These Heaux" below.

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