UFC 244 is this Saturday night, but this Bhad Bhabie fight may be the most important Street MMA story of the week. Remember when Cash Me Ousside, How Bow Dah was just a humble meme? Timely GIF? The Street MMA lesson here? It's good to be a viral Instagram celebrity. Or maybe it isn't? There might be some deep social commentary connecting Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal fighting on Saturday and Bhad Bhabie getting rocked by Woah Vicky on a Wednesday morning. So Bhad Bhabie is kind of famous. Woah Vicky is sort of famous. So of course in order to get even more famous they hate one another. In another universal timeline, these two are the best of friends. Just two loud, annoying people, but at least they have each other. In that universe MiddleEasy is actually just a very successful cooking blog. Per Complex, this beef has a very deep and complicated backstory "This isn't the first time the two have had a hostile encounter. In April of last year, Bhabie confronted Vicky and challenged her to a fight. Bhabie eventually threw a punch at Vicky before the two were split up by their respective teams. Bhabie's problem with Woah Vicky stems from her condemning the personality's "Ching Chong" single. Bhabie deemed the song racists, which led to a recorded FaceTime argument in Oct. of 2018." Two white female rappers arguing about race? 2019, you have done topped yourself. Back in our world the two hip hop and IG hustlers found themselves in the same recording studio. Little known fact, unlike on social media, if people talk trash to another person in real life, they can get punched in the face. Woah Vicky not only socked Bhad Bhabie in the face, she grappled circles on her on the ground. For the Street MMA culture, this had to go down.