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When it comes to selling cookies, Girl Scouts deserve some extra points for their creativity. Some go door to door, some set up shops outside of a grocery store, others make cookie-inspired remixes. You heard it right! Just recently one Girl Scout from California went viral for remixing Cardi B’s song, ‘Money’.
On February 2, the official Girl Scout Twitter account shared with its followers the rap Kiki Paschall and her mom, Shania Accius, made up to the beat of Cardi B’s ‘Money’. According to KTLA, the remix’s Girl Scout is from Troop 3246, which welcomes girls from the San Fernando Valley. What’s unique about the remix is the way she mixed cookie-selling-inspired lyrics with her own swag.
Here’s some of the famous lyrics:
Look! My troop is all bad, the juniors are real / Black girl magic, you know the deal / Communities served, leadership skills / Studio City to Woodland Hills / Been in this game since 2014 / Selling them cookies is my thing / Buy Thin Mints or even S’mores / Please open up when I knock on your door.
Alongside the video, the official Girls Scouts Twitter account added:
#BlackGirlMagic is a rallying cry to celebrate the strength, resiliency, and accomplishments of black women and girls who triumphantly succeed in a society where discrimination and inequality remains pervasive.
According to CBS Los Angeles, the10-year-old ‘rapper’ told that it took one hour to record the whole song. According to the report, Kiki and her fellow girl scouts sold over 1,000 boxes and are now ordering more. We’re so glad to hear that!
Since the video was shared by Girl Scouts and Cardi on Twitter, it has garnered over 2 million views. When it comes to Cardi B’s reaction, it is simply too cute. Alongside the shared video, Cardi B tweeted:
I want all the cookieshhh.
I want all the cookieshhh https://t.co/BDMwP8xiX2
— iamcardib (@iamcardib) February 5, 2019
Sounds like Girls Scouts have a very famous customer on their list!