GIVE ME BACK MY MONEY!
Baccarat singer Babs Smith, a.k.a.
Babs, is back in the spotlight after a decade of controversy.
The singer, best known for her song, “Glad To Be of Service,” posted a video in which she plays the popular video game baccarone, in which players are given a virtual coin to win.
Smith says she wants to show the world that “baccarones” are not just for fatties.
In her video, the 26-year-old says, “It’s not about winning, it’s about helping the world.”
Babs Smith in her video video, “Baccarons Are Not Just For Fatties.”
“Glad I can help, I’m so grateful for that,” she said in the video.
Bobs also shared her thoughts on her upcoming release, a video for which she shared a new song, called “Babs’s Baccarat,” which features guest appearances from singers and musicians from her past.
“It’s been a long time coming,” Smith said in a video.
“I’m finally at the point where I can really show people what baccarees can be.
I can’t wait to share this with the world.
When you can see my face on a billboard, that’s the moment.”
The video was posted to her YouTube page earlier this month.
It’s her third video to go viral since the song first went viral in 2013.
She is known for the song “Bacchanal,” which she wrote and performed in the 1990s and has sold more than a million copies worldwide.
More: Smith said she’s thrilled that she’s finally released a video and she’s grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the music industry.
“The more people know that I’m here, the better,” she wrote.
(AP Photo/Mark Ralston) (Photo: Mark Ralstens)More:Babs was born in a Catholic family in West Covina, California, and grew up in a family of four. “
This video is a blessing in disguise, because now I can make money off this,” she added.
(AP Photo/Mark Ralston) (Photo: Mark Ralstens)More:Babs was born in a Catholic family in West Covina, California, and grew up in a family of four.
She has a son, Katelyn, and a daughter, Brianna, who also grew up Catholic.
Read more: Smith’s new video was originally posted in 2014, but it was removed in October 2017 because of copyright infringement allegations.
According to the New York Post, Smith sued the record label that released the song.
After the lawsuit, Smith said she filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the label in February 2017.
The suit claims the company made the song and its video available to the public without permission.
But Smith said the song was released under the “non-exclusive license” that gives artists the right to use other people’s music without permission, and that she didn’t authorize the song’s release.
Smith said the label has no comment on the lawsuit.
Another lawsuit against her was filed last month by the Recording Industry Association of America, or RIAA.
The RIAAA filed suit against the company that released “Babes Baccarains,” saying the song had been illegally copied.
Despite the copyright infringement complaint, Smith has been the subject of a slew of criticism.
A petition on Change.org, started by comedian and “The Big Bang Theory” cast member Chris Hardwick, has garnered more than 1.4 million signatures since it was launched last year.
Hardwick said he was inspired to start the petition after seeing a similar petition on social media that called out a group of young men who wore “Make America Great Again” hats.
His petition says that the hats represent the racist and sexist attitudes of the men who wear them.
Earlier this year, the RIAAC launched an online petition calling for Smith to be removed from the Billboard Music Awards because of her music.
Smith has previously been in the national spotlight after she made headlines by wearing a red T-shirt with a message about the election.