Bhad Bhabie Taps in Kodak Black and DMX for “Bestie” Video (Review)

Danielle Bregoli AKA ‘Cash Me Outside’ girl AKA Bhad Bhabie has a new music video and it’s mortifying. The new single and video for “Bestie” features Kodak Black on the vocals and Dog Man X on a cameo role as Bhabie’s bestfriend.

Bhad Bhabie premiered the music video on February 25, 2019 and it has been gaining momentum overtime accumulating over 5.5 million views on YouTube alone. And that is something considering the video has been restricted from ‘trending’ due to the explicit scenes. Yes, it has some skull crushing moments-literally.

This video also marks DMX’s first appearance in music since his release from prison early this year. Throughout the entire video, he appears wearing a clown mask and unveils himself just before the video finishes muttering “I can’t get in with this bitch again. She’s fucking crazy.”

“watch the BESTIE music video or that 🤡 behind me will hit you in the junk w that sledgehammer⚒💀” Tweeted Bhad Bhabie on March 1st.

Rapper Kodak Black only makes a vocal appearance in the music video. Instead of himself, his voice is presented through an elderly man’s head placed on a platter on the dinner table!

Another hilarious and creative cut is the ‘product placement’ segment in the music video. The sponsored brands do not make cringy appearances in the music video. Instead, Bhad Bhabie completely cuts off from the music video setting and takes a seat in an empty room and shows us the branded products. Most likely this method is more effective than artificially embedding products into the music video.

Watch the music video below and drop a comments after the jump.

Adam McDonald

Hi! I am the founder and lead author and editor of Justrandomthings music community. A vast range of personal interests from Hip-Hop to Country to Hard Rock and Punk music will keep you entertained.

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