Above is a picture from the olden times in 2011 of a then-8-year-old Princess Sophia Grace, the tiara-wearing lightning bolt of toddler hyperness who was like SARS to those of us whose insides die from the sound of a singing child. Sophia Grace and her little cousin Rosie became viral STAHS thanks to a YouTube video of Sophia Grace rapping out a Disney Jr. remix of Nicki Minaj’s Super Bass as Rosie bopped along, not knowing what the hell was going on. Sophia Grace and Rosie were the hardcore version of Rebecca Black and that blonde girl from the Friday video. After Sophia Grace became a YouTube star, Ellen DeGeneres proved what a diabolical demon villain she is by making Sophia Grace even more famous.
But Sophia Grace has grown out of that rapping princess phase and is all grown up with over a million Instagram follows and even more YouTube subscribers. Sophia Grace has also truly matured as an artist. A Nicki Minaj song made Sophia Grace famous, and strangely enough, she’s probably going to put Nicki Minaj out of a job. The Notorious P.S.G is no longer doing the kind of fluffy cotton candy shit that Nicki Minaj does.
At the very beginning of her new song Can’t Sleep, 15-year-old Sophia Grace lets tricks know that she’s no longer that hyperactive little princess from 2011 who could make a bottle of Ritalin explode.
“People saying they want me to be the same as I was before. It annoys me because I’m not that person anymore and they always ask me to go back to how I was, but I’m different and that’s not who I am, so I want to show people I’m a different person now and I’ve changed, but that’s OK because everyone changes.”
Sophia Grace then raps while standing in the garden of the mansion she bought with her Super Bass YouTube ad earnings (I’m guessing). But before you crown her the new Princess of Rap, you have to shake your head at her for making a major, major mistake. At the 0:51 mark, a hot bitch makes an appearance and steals the entire show. I guess the director didn’t know to never ever put a Golden Retriever in your music video unless you want all eyes on them!
And don’t show this to fellow fetus rapper Bhad Bhabie (aka The Cash Me Ousside Girl), because she may bust out in a jealous rage. We don’t need another Nicki vs. Cardi B beef that’ll lead to Bhad Bhabie throwing her Louboutin bhabie bootie at Sophia Grace (who really missed an opportunity by not calling herself Ghood Bhabie) at a party for Highlights magazine.