Girl Scout, 10, Creates Remix to Cardi B Song to Promote Cookie Sales

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A 10-year-old Girl Scout was all about the cash as she made a remix to Cardi B’s hit song “Money” in order to increase her cookie sales.

Kayla Paschall rapped confidently about the popular cookies in a video that’s now been viewed more than 1 million times on Twitter. 

“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,” Kayla raps in the video as a bunch of cookie boxes rest behind her.

Kayla had a goal of selling 500 boxes but since the Girl Scouts of USA posted her video, she’s sold 1,935, she said.

“I am a big fan of Cardi B,” Kayla told “Me and my mom wrote [the lyrics] together.”

Cardi B even took to Twitter to support Kayla. “I want all the cookieshhh,” the Grammy-nominated artist said in response to the video. 

Kayla thought it was amazing that the rapper took notice.

Two notes she has to anybody who might want to advertise what they are selling?

“My tips are to be yourself, and show lots and lots of personality,” Kayla said.


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