You may not recognize the name Danielle Bregoli, but you're almost certainly familiar with her antics.
Better known as the Cash Me Ousside Girl, Bregoli became an Internet sensation by bullying her mother and calling a group of women "hoes" on The Dr. Phil Show.
Because we live in the darkest timeline, Bregoli will soon star in a reality show, and these days, she seems to spend most of her time hob-nobbing at LA hotspots.
Of course, you can only spend so much time getting your hobnob on in SoCal before you cross paths with former Farley foil and unexpected ladies man David Spade.
Spade and Bregoli crossed paths at Catch in Los Angeles recently, and the comic documented the iconic moment on his Instagram page.
He captioned the above pic:
"How bow dis. (@bhadbhabie is slightly underwhelmed to meet me). Unfortunately she stopped being famous 5 minutes before this was taken."
Not the most original burn, but a fair acknowledgment of the fact that Bregoli has been in her 16th minute for quite some time now.
Of course, Bregoli didn't get to where she is by shying away from beef, so she clapped back, as the kids say, with a surprisingly competent return burn:
"No lie, I thought dis guy was the waiter," Bregoli commented on the pic.
Not exactly Don Rickles (rest in peace, you evil genius), but pretty impressive for a 14-year-old to hold her own with a professional comedian who's been insulting people for a living since her parents were in high school.
In fact, some are declaring Bregoli the victor in this unexpected and oddly depressing war or words.
We're not sure if we'd go that far, but Spade had to know he was in for a lose-lose situation from the moment he smack-talked a teenage girl on social media.
He's suffering the dual embarrassment of having been roasted at the hands of a high school freshman and having helped Bregoli cling to relevancy for another day.
And we thought Joe Dirt 2 was the lowest he could sink.
Hopefully, this story is at an end, but we'll have all the sad details for you if there are any further developments.