Cash Me Outside

What does Cash Me Outside mean?

Step outside so we can fight

Ever heard someone say “Cash me outside”? It’s a phrase meant to challenge someone to a fight. The person saying it is basically asking the other person to meet them outside to settle their differences, usually with a physical altercation. It was first used by a teen named Sarah on the Dr. Phil show in 2016.

Sarah, who was only 13 at the time, was on the show because of her rebellious behavior. She was known for stealing her mom’s car and getting involved in other illegal activities. During one of her appearances on the show, she turned towards the audience and called them “hoes”, challenging them to a fight with the phrase “cash me outside”.

She also added another phrase, “how bow dah?”, which also became famous. Sarah’s unique “street” accent is what made “catch” sound like “cash” and some people even think she says “ousside” instead of “outside”.

Even though Sarah used the phrase on the show in September 2016, it didn’t go viral until February 2017. That’s more than 5 months later! Once it went viral, it was everywhere. It was being used in memes and posts on social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Example for using ‘Cash Me Outside’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see that video of Danielle on Dr. Phil?

Yeah, I saw it. She was wild!

I know, right? And then she goes, “Cash me outside, how bow dah?”

Haha, yeah! That line went viral!