Bhad Bhabie — whose real name is Danielle Bregoli—went on Instagram Live and accused the Jessie actress of posting from a fake page then blocking the rapper on social media. “I wanna know why every time I’m seen with a dude, b***hes wanna get all up on they page?” the rapper began.
She added, “The b***h is a huge fan! You’re a whole fan! She’s moving sneaky bro! Don’t go post about me on your fake page, b***h. If you got something to say about me, post it on your page. Show me you f**king bold! The b***h got me blocked on Instagram, blocked on Twitter, all type of s**t. Like b***h, grow up!”
The “sneaky” moves were apparently in reference to Skai allegedly liking posts men that Bhad Bhabie was associated with, including her ex NBA Youngboy. “That s**t don’t sit right with me. That s**t don’t sit right with me at all!” the rapper explained. “I don’t like that s**t! You don’t even know if I’m talking to dude or not. You just seen us on The Shade Room so now you wanna go run and like his pictures. B***h I’ll kill you!”
Bhad Bhabie continued to address the situation through a series of Instagram Stories. While, Skai seemingly responded to the incident on Twitter with a subliminal message making it clear that she wouldn’t engage. “No time 4 negatives!” the Disney alum wrote along with a list of her accolades which included finalizing a makeup deal and recording an animated series for Netflix.
Shortly after, Skai’s mother Kiya Cole responded underneath a comment left by Bhad Bhabie on her Instagram account. “Let me tell you something little girl! I’m definitely not the one to be played with! Don’t come on my damn page with your trashy negativity! How about you just put your address or phone number in my DM and I will gladly have this conversation with your mother,” she wrote. “I’m NOT having it! Take this sh*t somewhere else and leave my damn daughter alone.”
Bhad Bhabie’s mother fired back saying, “Oh listen to you preach. Tell your daughter to stop speaking on mine and you think you are calling my daughter ratchet. Remember I come from New York too.”
A few more exchanges were made and Kiya seemingly left the comments section. She later posted a cryptic post on her page about positivity and letting things go."If it doesn't bring you love, peace, or positive energy, stop engaging with it. Simple as that," she wrote.