Most people roll their eyes and make fun of Danielle Bregoli’s obnoxious and offensive behavior, but not Nick Cannon.
Cannon surprisingly stuck up for the 15-year-old on the Wendy Williams Show which aired on February 6.
"I’m not mad at this," he said after viewing a preview of Danielle’s new Snapchat show, Bringing Up Bhabie.
The audience audibly gasped with confusion.
According to Hollywood Life, Nick actually defended her even though the audience was horrified at the ‘cash me outside’ girl’s words and actions.
Nick explained himself by saying, "you guys may not agree with me, but I gotta keep it real. I’d rather my daughter go in this direction than go in the Kylie Jenner direction. That’s just me… this girl [Danielle] might have a bad mouth, she needs some guidance, she needs a whoopin."
"But at the same age," Nick added, "Kylie Jenner was getting plastic surgery."
Even though Nick admits he isn’t impressed by Kylie Jenner’s tendencies, he thinks the two actually have a lot in common.
"She got a makeup line, [the other] got a makeup line… They’re both making money off of society’s exploitation of young girls and there are two different ways."
But Nick confesses, "If I had to choose, I would want my daughter to get on out there and be a loudmouth, and talk-then I can say…it’s about discipline and respect…but when it gets to that other world that I can’t control and because social media’s controlling everything."
He also made a joke saying he can "fix Bhad Bhabie with a ‘bhad belt,’" implying that Danielle needs a spanking, says Hollywood Life.
US Weekly claps back claiming that a "bhad belt" wouldn’t "fix" anything and the only "plastic surgery" that Kylie has admitted to getting is lip injections.
However, Kylie is alleged to have had a breast augmentation.
And butt implants … but, again none of this has been confirmed, per Hollywood Life.
Bringing all the drama by calling Ariana Grande a "little pop star who doesn’t know what she wants" and also challenging Liam Neeson to a fight after his absurd racial fantasy to kill a "black bastard" about 40 years ago.
This isn’t even Kylie’s first time getting called out by Nick. Just a couple weeks ago he slammed the beauty mogul for dating Travis Scott and "procreating" with him.
While his fill-in has definitely been entertaining, to say the least, his time in Wendy’s chair is up.
Orange Is The New Black actor Jason Briggs will guest host the show on February 7. Keke Palmer will take over on February 8. Sherri Shepherd, Michael Rapaport, and Jerry O’Connell will also take over hosting duties until Wendy returns.