♪ (rock intro) ♪ – (FBE) So, we recently had
someone react back to a reaction you did.
– No. – (FBE) But the episode
has not released as of filming this with you,
so you’re seeing this video before it’s released on YouTube.
– Oh wow. – Oh, no way.
Are you serious? Interesting.
I don’t know who I could be watching right now. – (Past FBE) So, we recently
were talking with your team about your new song, Bestie,
so we brought in teens– – Oh [bleep]. – It’s Bhad Bhabie, yes. – (Past FBE) So we could then
debut that footage here with you reacting to it.
– No [bleep] way dude. That’s crazy. – (Past FBE) So we could then
debut that footage here with you reacting to it.
– Hope she doesn’t hate me. – You know, I really didn’t
have a lot of good things to say. – That’s [bleep] insane
that she reacted to me. – (Ulises) It’s Bhad Bhabie.
I [bleep] love Bhad Bhabie. She goes off.
– Oh my God, that’s so crazy! – (Mikaela) On my playlist
for a good week. – (Bhabie) This is one of
the best reaction videos I’ve ever seen.
– Everybody’s so positive about it. Uh oh.
I don’t think I was the most positive person. – A lot of people don’t like her.
I’m surprised that so many of the cast did have
a positive reaction. – (Jeremiah) It kinda
sounds kinda nice. I wanna hit one of these,
but then I remember who’s singing it
and I’m like, “I don’t know if I should
be doing this.” – (Bhabie) Why?
That sounds so ignorant. – I know.
It’s a little mean, but that’s just how I am.
I’m sorry. I’m just kind of a little
brutally honest when it comes to music. – (Jackson) I don’t like
Bhad Bhabie that much. – (Bhabie) No one likes you either.
You know you like the song– – I knew she was gonna say
something about me. – (Bhabie) I don’t like
Bhad Bhabie. I’m not supposed to like this.
You sound stupid. I don’t know why we’re
doing a whole– – They sound stupid
for speaking their opinion? – (Bhabie) I shouldn’t like this
or low key, this is fire. Bitch, it is what it is.
– Oh my God. She’s brutally honest. – The whole platform of the show
is to give your opinion and that’s what they did
and she’s literally doing the same and she’s
not holding back. It’s just so funny.
She’s really being herself and I can’t knock her
for being herself. That’s how she gets her money. – (narrator) And now,
a word from our sponsor. – (Bhabie in music video)
Copycat Cosmetics. – (Bhabie) My manager.
Yeah, he was like, “Yeah, we should just
put some [bleep] in there and just do your thing.”
I’m like, “All right.” – This is great. – (Bhabie) Where I
literally got up, I was literally like,
“I’m done with this” and got up.
That’s exactly how it went. I literally walked right off set
after that. – That was so smart. – She’s so dope.
Oh my God. – (Moises) Why are y’all
making me watch this? – (Bhabie) ‘Cause it’s funny.
– “‘Cause it’s–” It is funny.
It is funny. – (reactor) I like the song.
I can’t lie. She has a good flow.
– (Bhabie) Why would you have to lie?
You like it, you like it. If you don’t, you don’t.
– Yeah, I like it, but I like other [bleep]
way better. – (Jeremiah) Oh my God.
That was a lot. – (Bhabie) I guess because
I was at the shooting of the video,
I don’t think it’s that gruesome because I’ve seen how
everything works. – Makes sense. – (Bhabie) I guess if you’re
in a horror movie and you’re behind the scenes of it,
you’re not really as scared when you watch it.
My only fear was getting fake blood on my [bleep]
Air Forces. – Of course. – (Moises) This video doesn’t
kinda match the song. – (Bhabie) When do any
of my videos ever match the song? – I don’t know.
I’ve never seen any of your videos, B.
Sorry. – (reactor) DMX. – (Bhabie) Y’all wanna see my
reaction from when I was told DMX was gonna
be in the video? I actually have it.
I was taking a video of myself and he came up to me
and he was like, “DMX is gonna be
in the video.” – Me, just always filming myself. – (man) DMX is on the video.
– Yeah, I’d probably freak out if DMX was coming up
to do my music video. – That’s so cool.
She’s so young. She’s not that much older than me.
She gets to work with so much celebrities. – (Past FBE) One of the criticisms
that Bhad Bhabie frequently receives is that some think she acts
inappropriately for her age saying that she’s only fifteen.
– (reactor) She is? Oh.
Then I kind of agree with that. – (Bhad Bhabie) To me,
when people have– when people are judging me
and saying– especially parents, too,
“Oh, if this was my kid, I’d do this–”
No you wouldn’t. You would want your child
to get money. – No, no.
That’s not the meaning of life, B. – (Marlhy) My mom would probably
be like, “What the [bleep]? You can do better than that.”
– (Bhabie) You can do better than me?
Let me see it. – First of all,
that’s not what I meant. When I said that,
I meant just write differently and write better songs
and in the sense of that I don’t write music like that.
That’s not the kind of artist I am, so don’t be like that.
I write different music than you. It’s not the same thing.
It’s not a competition. It’s just different kinds
of music. – (Ulises) I feel inspired–
almost inspired by her success. – (Bhabie) I like him.
– Bitch! Oh my God! – Good job, Ulises.
You got the thumbs up. – (Ulises) And especially for her
to be a young female coming up like that.
I think that’s just so dope. – (Bhabie) Yeah, if you think
about it, I have the two worst things you could have
in the music industry, female and young.
– It is hard. That’s two of the biggest
things going against you and yeah, she’s made it
through that, so respect to her,
but I don’t know. I’m just not the biggest fan. – (Jeremiah) It’s kind of cool
how anybody can come up out of nowhere,
but at the same time, it’s frustrating.
It’s like, that could have been literally anybody
and I don’t know. I just feel like there’s
a lot of… – (Bhabie) And you sound
mad ’cause it wasn’t you. – I mean, I’m on here.
It’s not that bad. – (Marlhy) I’ve been working
in the music industry for a really long time
and I know that it’s a really hard process.
It’s frustrating that it seems like it was honestly
that easy for her. – (Bhabie) Bitch, you mad.
She said she’s been in the music industry
for how long now? But you can do
better than me, right? – Oh [bleep]. – (Bhabie) Sing some [bleep]
Lady Antebellum song. – Oh my goodness. – (Bhabie) This little girl
sitting in a room doing covers with her [bleep] Barbie guitar.
– She’s a drummer. She kills it. – (Bhabie) This little girl
sitting in a room doing covers with her [bleep] Barbie guitar.
– I could honestly give two [bleep].
Honestly, if you’re gonna get popular by [bleep]
on other people, that’s your business.
She had a really good chance to make it in the music
business and she did and here she is.
Don’t insult me for giving you respect,
even though I may not like your music. – (Mikaela) I think people
just hate on her because it’s–
– (Bhabie) What do I do? What have I really been doing?
I haven’t even been bothering no one.
When’s the last time y’all seen me hit someone?
– I mean, I guess she got a point. – (Bhabie) When’s the last time
y’all seen me hit someone? – I know so many people
that act like her. It’s the most annoying thing
in the world. – (Marlhy) Now she’s on
my Snapchat every day because of that show she has now.
It’s coming up every day. It’s like, “What did Bhad Bhabie
do today?” I’m like, “I don’t know.
Why are you on my phone?” – (Bhabie) She loves it.
Don’t let her fool you, she loves it.
She’s a fan. She probably got my signature
tattooed on her hip where no one can see it.
Trust me. – Okay, yeah. – (Ulises) I want you to continue
doing what you’re doing because literally, you are
such an amazing human being. – But mature and better
yourself. We all have to grow.
We all need growth. – (Past FBE) The past few years
have been pretty insane for you, having experienced so much
success at such a young age. Can you talk a little bit
about how you handle all this success with the added
day to day pressure of being a teen?
– (Bhabie) Yeah, I’m really not like most teenagers.
– Yeah, I imagine. That’s understandable. – (Bhabie) Okay because
I love what I do. I never liked school activities
anyways. I used to be fighting.
– Me neither. Well, I didn’t fight. – (Bhabie) When I was
on that show, I had every–
August 17 was the next day. That was the day school
was supposed to start. I was planning on going home
and going to school. My mom gave me my phone
’cause I was just in my room like, “Okay, I cleaned it.
I dirtied it, cleaned it again. What do I do now?”
And then she’s like, “All right, I’ll give you
your phone.” I go on the Explore page
and it’s just the meme was there
and I was just like, “All right.”
– Thank Dr. Phil, B. You gotta thank Dr. Phil. – (Bhabie) Just started
happening and then I got calls from people
who wanted to manage me and stuff, then I called
my manager and then everything
just went crazy from– really went crazy for me.
– That’s insane. – It’s weird hearing it
from her perspective because it’s like,
we never know how it happens and how it happens
to people like that. That is so sudden.
That must be really, really scary, just to see your face
everywhere and everybody’s just talking about you. – When people have millions
of followers, I don’t know how they just not
take down their account and just only have
a private one. – She’s fifteen, so it makes sense
that she thinks all these stuff, but B, that’s not really
how life works. Life isn’t really about money. – (Past FBE) We always like
to give you a chance to respond directly to
the reactors that you saw today. What is something they
or the public might not understand about you?
– (Bhabie) For everyone who may not like me
because my disrespect or anything like that,
please don’t speak on my situation because–
– We don’t know your situation. Yep. – (Bhabie) I would never speak
on you and your mother, or even your father,
even you and your sibling or you and whoever
lives in your household. – Okay.
– (Bhabie) I’ve never been in there and I don’t know
what they treat you like. – True. – (Bhabie) For you at home.
For all the good reactions, I love you all
and thank you for having a great opinion about me.
Thank you for being honest. – Oh my gosh.
So heartwarming. Oh my gosh, Bhad Bhabie
knows my face. I think that’s so wild. – I thought her personality
was kind of an act, but now that I see her
on the show, I feel like she actually
acts like that. – It must be so weird
especially to been reacted to so many times because
yeah, as an artist or creator, whenever you put
something out, you’re gonna get a reaction
from your haters and your fans and you’re gonna see people
writing, but to actually physically see people in real time
people comprehending what you’re putting out
and having an opinion is a lot harder. – This is really cool actually.
I’ve never had this kind of an interaction with anybody,
I guess. This is really a completely
really weird experience for me right now. – (FBE) First things first,
what did you think of Bhad Bhabie’s reaction
to you? – My mind is blown.
I would never thought that Bhad Bhabie would
ever see that video. – The fact that I watched
a famous person and then that famous person
watched me and talked about me
is just like– I can’t even think about it,
fathom it and I’m sitting here and it’s happening to me.
It’s super weird. – I loved it and I’ve
always loved how honest she is even to the point where
it’s kind of hurtful, but I did really like it.
I thought she was pretty cool. – I respect her as an artist
and it’s great that she’s gotten as popular as she has,
but that doesn’t mean I have to kiss her ass
and tell her I like her music. Everyone is entitled to
their own opinion and she said thank you
for the honesty, so that means you shouldn’t
attack people who are honest. – (FBE) After seeing her reaction
to you, do you see Bhad Bhabie differently
or do you still have the same opinions on her?
– I still have the same opinions about her.
I will forever stan Bhad Bhabie. – I don’t really have
an opinion about her. The only opinion I have
is about– a generalization
of not even her, but of people in her position,
people who have this position and don’t, in a sense,
respect it. – I see her differently.
I understand her a lot better. Looking at her, it feels like
I’m looking at a social media character,
but looking at her on that video, I felt like I was looking at
another kid. – I’ve always really had
respect for her and then the ending commentary
she said about not speaking on someone else’s situation,
that really struck a chord with me because it’s true.
You shouldn’t. So, I kind of have even
more respect. – If anything, I just see her
as being a little more real because when you do see
someone react to like, “Hey, that still kind of
offends me.” They’re not a machine.
They’re not a machine for the media.
They’re still a person that’s like, “Hey, I’m a little
offended by what you said still.” And that’s real. – (FBE) And finally,
what do you think of this dialogue done
in this way, where you’re essentially
communicating back and forth with someone through
these react videos? – It’s surreal to me
that this is even a thing. I don’t know how to put it
into words, that’s how crazy it is
to me. It’s so weird how people
just interact through videos now. – It’s interesting.
Kind of allows the people to talk to these people
behind the videos and kind of get an opinion
from them. – It’s weird because
we’re not actually conversating together.
I get to say my piece, she gets to say her piece,
and then I get to say back, sort of thing,
so at least there’s no opportunity to fight or anything.
We each get to have our moment to say something,
so it’s kinda cool. – I feel like you get different
vibes when you’re actually speaking face to face
with someone, so it’s kind of strange,
but at the same time, it’s so 2019, don’t you think?
Communicating through different videos.
It’s kinda funny. ♪ (rock outro) ♪