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A Girl Scout Who Changed The Lyrics To A Cardi B Track Sold All Of Her Cookies Within Days

By Malia Wooten

Kiki Paschall, from San Fernando Valley, shared a video of herself rapping along to Cardi B’s latest single “Money.”

It seems like every year, Girl Scouts around the nation think of new ways to use the internet to help them sell their cookies! This year’s viral video showcases 10-year-old Kiki Pachall changing the lyrics to a song rapped by Cardi B while surrounded by stacks of America’s favorite cookie boxes.

“Been in this game since 2014, selling them cookies is my thing,” Kiki raps. “Buy Thin Mints or even s’mores. Please open up when I knock on your door. Woo!”

The official Girl Scout Twitter page saw Kiki’s remix and reposted the video. Within a couple of hours, the video of Paschall and her groundbreaking lyrics had reached over a million views! Needless to say, the bright trooper sold all of her girl scout cookies and has taken some time off to enjoy her current viral celebrity status.

Paschall’s mother helped her write and shoot the music video and told Good Morning America in an interview that she wanted to help her daughter think of a creative way to sell cookies. “I don’t have a regular 9-to-5, so I can’t sell cookies in the office. I said, ‘You love doing it anyway, so let’s just make a music video.'”

Cardi B even managed to catch wind of the video, tweeting “I want all the cookieshh.”

“This moment, she’ll never forget,” Kiki’s mother told Good Morning America. “She is loving every second of it.”