Bhad Bhabie Addresses Fight with Woah Vicky

  /  10.30.2019

Bhad Bhabie faced off with viral star Woah Vicky in a brawl that was captured on camera.

It all went down on Wednesday morning in Atlanta. According to TMZ, Vicky confronted her rival, whose real name is Danielle Bregoli, at a studio where she was recording with rapper Lil Gotit. Things escalated from there. Video footage shows them scrapping on the floor as Vicky climbed on top of Bhabie.

But while it may appear that Bhabie got her ass kicked, she says the video only tells part of the story. She claims that she was unscathed during the ordeal.

“Anyone who says I got beat up is delusional,” the “Hi Bich” hitmaker wrote on Instagram Stories following the fight. “This girl ain’t hit me one time she grabbed my hair and some how ended up on top of me the whole time my face stayed untouched not even a lash missing.”

Danielle says Vicky grabbed her hair, but never hit her face. A man in Vicky’s crew tried to hold her back, which allowed Vicky to get on top of her, but Bhabie says she still never landed a punch. “She would not get up and fight for real it was a whole bunch of dudes pulling up and pushing y’all only seeing clips of the video!” she wrote.

She says she told Vicky to come alone, but she showed up with backup. “I told her pull up so there would b no dudes to hold no one back and she won’t come so plz tell me again who’s really the pussy???” asked Bhabie. “Y’all are forgetting I was being held back which is why shorty was able to get on top of me in the first place and threw punches and still missed while I’m right under u like how tf that work??? Yk what studio I’m at pull up and see me on your OWN!!!!”

This isn’t their first showdown. Last year, Bhabie and Vicky got into a physical confrontation at a mall, along with kid rapper Lil Tay.


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