In her very new, but immediately viable music career, Bhad Bhabie, more popularly known as "Cash Me Ousside" girl Danielle Bregoli, has made a habit of addressing critics and perceived haters in songs and music videos. This trend continues on her new freestyle over YBN Nahmir's "Rubbin Off the Paint," a track that finds the 14-year-old coming at her own father.

Before we jump into the fired shots, here's a bit of context. Bhad Bhabie's father, Ira Peskowitz, isn't exactly a fan of Bhad Bhabie's rap career, or the whole "Cash Me Ousside" mini-phenomenon. He's been openly critical of Bhad Bhabie's mother for letting her gain notoriety the way she has.

With this in mind, let's take a look at what Bhad Bhabie spit.  "I said lil bitch I be ballin' but I'm dodging them courts/I just signed another deal, daddy hating of course/He don't wanna see me win, instead he lyin' in court/Fake ass artists don't like me, throwin' rocks at my fort," she raps on the track.

She doesn't say much else about her father in the brief freestyle, but Bhad Bhabie makes her feelings about her father known. Her dad made his own feelings known in a recent interview with UNILAD, when he voiced his concerns about Bhad Bhabie's deal with Atlantic Records, home to names like YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Kodak Black.

"I'm always in it for Danielle to do the right thing. Atlantic Records, I’m not very impressed because of the other people who they have in regards to the people she hangs out with such as NBA Young Boy and Kodak Black who have got extensive career criminal pasts that are very violent in nature." he said. "Why would her mother allow her to hang out with a guy so violent like Kodak Black, even the crimes he committed against others."

Listen to Bhad Bhabie's "Rubbin Off the Paint" freestyle below.

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