A viral video featuring Betsey Johnsons famous bag, made by a brand new company called Crossbody, has been gaining traction on the internet.

The company is selling a bag called the “Betsey Johnson Bag” on Amazon and other online retailers.

The bag features a red, white, and blue crossbody with a yellow heart on the back.

The video, posted to YouTube by “Dani,” features a voiceover saying, “I got a new bag.

It’s a crossbody.”

The video has received over 1 million views.

A representative for Crossbody told The Huffington Post that the company plans to sell the bags at select stores.

It also has been featured in the Huffington Post’s “Best of 2016” list.

The “Betty White” Bag, made for the BET Awards, also had an interesting twist: “Bette White” was featured on the side of the bag with a sticker that read, “This bag is made by Betty White.

Don’t let your parents see it.”

The “Saints Laurel” Bag has a more colorful and quirky design, featuring a pink and yellow bow tie with a white crossbody on the front.

The tag reads, “Made in the USA.”

The company also has a line of “Dancing Betty White” bags, and a line featuring “Sons Laurel” and “Sains Laurel” bags.

A spokesperson for CrossBody told HuffPost that it is a new business and has never done this before.

“Betts” Bag “I know this is a controversial topic, but this is the only way to get this bag on sale and get it on the shelves,” Dani said.

“You have to get a brand name.

You have to be a brand.

You can’t have a cross body.”

Dani said she would like to see Crossbody bring the bag to her hometown of Los Angeles.

“I love the idea of bringing it here, but I also love the fact that my family will be able to see it and be like, ‘Oh my god!

We have a Betty White bag!'”

Dani said, adding that she is open to anything.

“But I know it’s going to be hard.

I want to go to my hometown of LA and see my family, but the more people see this, the more it’s gonna make sense.

I’m going to keep working hard.”

She also hopes to get the bag into stores that sell her product.

“When I see a customer buying this and saying, ‘I’m gonna buy this bag for my kids and I want a Betty Whites bag, I think that will make the world a better place,’ I can’t say no to that,” she said.

Crossbody did not respond to requests for comment.

“The first thing we did is we created a cross-body bag that was based on Betsey’s body,” the company said in a statement.

“Our goal was to create a bag that would make us feel comfortable carrying the Betty White flag, Betty White bags and Betty White T-shirts.

“This product has a unique blend of colors, patterns, and prints. “

Our goal was never to make the bag as big as Betsey. “

This product has a unique blend of colors, patterns, and prints.

Our goal was never to make the bag as big as Betsey.

It is the first thing that anyone will see and it is the thing that will help us sell it in stores and get the word out to the people.”

The original video was posted on Wednesday by a person named “Jules.”

The person later posted a video on YouTube where he described the product as “Betting with your crossbody,” and asked for people to donate to the company.

The original person also claimed that the bag was “bought with money donated by the Bettywhite family.”

“I think that this product will help the BettyWhite family in the future because they are going to need a lot of it,” he said in the video.

“It is going to go on sale at some point.”

The product’s release came after the BET awards aired on the same night.

The network’s show featured the BET nominees and their guests.

The first to speak about the bag in front of the cameras was singer-songwriter Lila Hayes.

“If you want to get in touch with the Betty white family, you’re going to have to put in a little bit of a leg,” she told her guests.

“She is a woman who is the most respected in the world.

She’s got that beautiful voice, the voice of a true diva, that voice, that heart of a diva. “

And she is also the greatest woman on earth.

She’s got that beautiful voice, the voice of a true diva, that voice, that heart of a diva.

And I’m just going to say that out