The pint-sized teenager who took a pounding at a Brooklyn McDonald’s was glorying Thursday in her newfound and very sick celebrity.
“Everyone Like Im Famous Now,” 15-year-old Ariana Taylor posted on her Facebook page a day after shocking video of her being brutalized at the Flatbush Ave. fast-food joint hit the Web.
Several other of her pals posted photos of the Daily News front page bearing the headline “SAVAGE!” and showing part of the fracas.
As soon as Taylor, aka Arii V, outed herself online, hundreds of people began posting on her page from as far away as Florida and Texas.
While the Erasmus High School ninth-grader spent much of the day hiding out from reporters in her family’s Flatbush pad, she posted a selfie of herself online Thursday in which she did not look all that battered.
“Im Gucc!” she wrote, which is street slang “good,” according to the Urban Dictionary.
There was also another shot on the page, apparently of her, posed in a way aimed at showing off her black pants-clad derrière.
Taylor also took issue with her grandmother’s description of her injuries.
“WHAT TWO BLACK EYES I HAVE THE NEWSPAPER IS A LIER &MY GRANDMA NEVER TALKED TO THESE PEOPLE,” the teen also posted.
Her grandma told The News on Wednesday that she “can’t sleep because she got kicked to the body” and an NYPD source said she suffered two black eyes and multiple bruises.
Taylor was beaten on Monday while dozens of other kids and at least two adults watched — and made no attempt to help her.
The alleged ringleader of the beatdown squad, a 16-year-old with a lengthy arrest record, was arrested later Thursday and charged with gang assault and robbery for stealing Taylor’s purse and phone.
Many of the people posting messages — most written in street slang — on the teen’s FB page, gave props to the tough-as-nails Taylor for putting up a fierce fight.
A teenage girl beaten inside a Brooklyn McDonald’s took to social media to celebrate her newfound fame.
“Yooo Sis You Dead Famous,” a high school student using the handle Staccs Thirtygvng wrote.
“I applaud u shorty u a ICON NOW…..” poster Richey Bandz chimed-in.
“Thanks guys,” Taylor replied.
But a poster named Marshonna Espinosa took a dim view of the teenager basking in this kind of a spotlight.
“So sad this little girl think she’s famous for getting publicly humiliated,” she wrote. “No, you’re not famous, people felt bad for you.”
“This is so sad on so many levels,” added another poster, Deneane Silva.
Tiffany Doss urged the teen to cooperate with investigators and name her attackers.
“Press charges on them hoes and McDonald’s,” Doss wrote.
Another poster named Jamie Shakur echoed that.
“I don’t know you, but call the cops and report all of those girls,” she wrote. “And the people who you thought were your friends aren’t.”
“You need to be brave ND stop being naive,” wrote Tatiana Orr. “That’s gang assault.”
Other posters wondered why nobody intervened to help the teenager.
“Couldn’t nobody try to stop them,” asked Nichole Evette Taylor. “Even the customers there raggedy just want to see a damn fight.”
“I just don’t understand why no one helped,” Lana Thomas chimed in on the page.
But a pal named Corey Hockett told Taylor he would have defended her.
“I Don’t Usually Hit Females But That Day I Would Of Put A Few Bitches Out,” the wannabe gangsta Sir Galahad declared online.
Taylor described herself as “married” to another teenager named Damon Thomas, who appears to be her boyfriend and refers to himself as a “former” Erasmus student.
He also could not be reached for comment.