'I got girls in my troop, cookies to the roof': Girl Scout remixes Cardi B's 'Money' to sell cookies

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'I got girls in my troop, cookies to the roof': Girl Scout remixes Cardi B's 'Money' to sell cookies

This California girl got creative with her cookie-selling strategies and created a parody rap to Cardi B's 'Money.'

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Rasha Ali, USA TODAY Published 11:16 a.m. ET Feb. 4, 2019 | Updated 4:05 p.m. ET Feb. 4, 2019
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A Girl Scout in California draws inspiration from Cardi B to make her Girl Scout Cookies stand out. USA TODAY

Most of us don't need much convincing to buy Girl Scout cookies, but in case you had any reservations, one girl came up with the perfect tactic to get people to drop some "Money" on some cookies — Cardi B.

Kiki , a Girl Scout from Winnetka, California, remixed Cardi B's hit single "Money" to encourage people to buy her cookies. Her mother, Shania Accius, shared the video online.

"Look, my troop is all bad, the Juniors are real. Black girl magic, you know the deal. "Communities served, leadership skills," Kiki started the rap against a backdrop of boxes upon boxes of Girl Scout cookies. "Been in this game since 2014. Selling them cookies is my thing."

Kiki even changed up the chorus of "Money." Instead of the original "I got bands in the coupe, bustin' out the roof," she raps "I got girls in my troop, cookies to the roof."

Post by shania.accius .

The Juniors level of the Girl Scouts generally includes fourth- and fifth-graders.

Remember that discipline is not punishment. Enforcing limits is really about teaching kids how to behave in the world and helping them to become competent, caring, and in control.

The official Girl Scouts Twitter page posted the video , and Kiki has been getting a lot of love since. Even people who have never tried the cookies wanted to support her.

I've nevee had scout cookies since I'm not american but I'm ready to throw my money at this girl

— Exanthe (@Exanthe)

The people were feeling this remix.

Me, bopping while I order a case of Samoas.

— Quan Freakin’ Rollins (@QuantessentialR)

Take all our money, sis!


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