Apparently Stitches, the 21-year-old Miami rapper known largely for having horrendous face tattoos, tricked Danielle Bregoli, the 13-year-old girl known largely for saying “Cash me outside, howbow dah?” on national television, into a collaboration. TMZ reports that Stitches reached out to Bregoli with “a vague proposition to work together” but was rejected. According to a representative for Bregoli, Stitches then reached out to one of her friends on social media, offering cash if she got Bregoli to come to his house. It worked, and Bregoli and her friend showed up to record a song and a music video with Stitches.
Now, Bregoli’s camp is accusing Stitches of exploiting her fame without consent from her mother or management, claiming that she felt “uncomfortable” throughout the shoot. “Stitches is a scumbag,” her rep says. “He tricked a child into his van by offering her candy.” Stitches, on the other hand, claims that there was no money or trickery involved and that Bregoli herself chose to appear on the track. He also says that he wants to be a “positive mentor” for her, which is definitely a phrase that comes to mind when I think of Stitches.
If the video does end up being released, it will be Bregoli’s second rap video appearance following Kodak Black’s “Everything 1K” clip. Watch footage from the shoot below.