Go ahead and take a second to marinate in that video. It's a promotion for her merch, it's outrageous, and the "C" in her merchandise logo is identical to the logo for "Champion" clothing. That tiny detail has already gotten her in trouble with the brand. Here's that "C," for reference:
So back to the music video. To the extent that it was actually authorized, according to TMZ, someone from the meme teen's team asked if Kodak Black would put it on his Instagram after she made it. He agreed.
But then Kodak Black realized it said "official video" and apparently took his post down. And he can't really ask the Cash Me Outside girl to take hers down, because it has an astounding 11 million views. At this point, if Kodak Black makes a video for his own song, it'd be like an homage to hers and not the other way around.
Although in fairness, the Cash Me Outside girl has removed the "official" tag from her effort. This would make it appear that Kodak Black has, in some small way, caught her outside.
*The Cash Me Outside girl is having such a week, you're like this close to having to call her Danielle Bregoli. That's her name. And if you still don't know who she is, might I direct you towards your new favorite video-turned-meme:
"Cash me outside, how bout dah?" = "Catch me outside, how about that?"