In three simple words, a 13-year-old a star was born.
"Cash me ousside," Danielle Bregoli told Dr. Phil in a now viral clip .
"My buddy was like, 'Yo, that chick who was on Dr. Phil is down in Lake Worth,'" Josh Jones told NewsChannel 5.
Answering his curiosity, the 28-year-old didn't let the $10 pricetag stop him from snapping a picture with Bregoli.
"They were cleaning up. They were doing alright. There's thousand of people down there. People who bumped into her trying to get a picture, $10, it adds up," Jones says.
"Viral videos, viral marketing can come like an earthquake," says Steven Scop. Scop is the president of Visibility One, a local internet marketing and IT business.
He says Bregoli's content is relatable, especially for teens. Her no filtered approach speaks to 6.8 million followers on Instagram.
"I think it's that age bracket. I think that age bracket is looking for someone that's just angry, possibly," Scop says.
On Saturday, Bregoli's friend is seen throwing ice cream at Lisa Taylor Buchan, after Buchan told the girls they should be in school, not on the streets.
Scop says incidents like that can be a symptom of fame.
"In the long run, the experiences can be negative for a lot of people," Scop says.
Jones doesn't care for Bregoli's sharp tongue or persona. So, why would he be willing to pay?
"Just for the hell of it," he says.
TMZ reports she asks for $30,000 per public appearance. On Instagram, she does advertise for various products.
Her mom declined our request for an interview.