Cardi B Responds to Girl Scout's Epic Cookie-Themed Remix of 'Money'—Watch the Adorable Video
Even Cardi B knows it’s impossible to resist Girl Scout cookies.
When the official Girl Scouts Twitter sent out a video of one of its members Kiki Paschall rapping a cookie-themed version of Cardi’s hit “Money”, the musician, 26, was quick to show her support.
“I want all the cookieshhh,” she tweeted on Monday along with a link to the video, originally captioned, “This [Cardi B] MONEY remix is…” and the money bags and fire emojis.
Responding to the rapper, the Girl Scouts posted a gif of Cardi, captioning it, “That’s right!”
A woman who identified herself as Paschall’s mother also responded to Cardi: “Thank you for the retweet! This is ‘Kiki P’s’ mom,” she wrote. “Kiki is sleeping right now, but when she wakes up it will be like Christmas Day to hear that you responded! Please reach out to me if you truly want cookies… my troop would love the support.”
Thanks to her creative lyrics — like “Been in this game since 2014, selling them cookies is my thing” and “Buy Thin Mints or even S’mores, please open up when I knock on your door” — Paschall, 10, has already reached her cookie-selling goal, a rep from the Girl Scouts tells PEOPLE.
Girl Scout cookie season officially started on January 2. The organization marked the occasion by introducing a brand new cookie: Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies. The treats feature rich caramel, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and a hint of sea salt — and are certified gluten-free.
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This Is Us star Mackenzie Hancsicsak also got creative with her selling tactics when she started selling boxes at the SAG Awards. The 11-year-old actress — she plays 10-year-old Kate Person on the NBC series — posted a photo of herself alongside costar Parker Bates together holding up a box. “If anyone at @SAGawards wants some @girlscouts cookies, I’m at table 34!” she captioned the shot.
Hancsicsak sold nearly 100 boxes, and fellow cast members Chris Sullivan, Eric Baker and Lyric Ross made purchases.
To buy cookies yourself, visit www.girlscoutcookies.org to find someone selling them nearby.