The budding rapper hasn't given up on randomly attacking celebrities for no apparent reason, this time taking on the Obamas
Amanda Bynes calling someone ugly on Twitter isn't exactly something new, she's already had a pop at the looks of Drake, Miley Cyrus and Zac Efron, and in her latest Twitter rant the former child star has moved away from Hollywood and to the White House. On Monday she Tweeted, "Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are ugly!" and as you'd expect, she has received quite the backlash.
Barack Obama and Michelle Obama are ugly!— Amanda Bynes (@AmandaBynes) July 8, 2013
Her backlash hasn't come from people moaning that her latest attack has gone too far, but mostly because we're all just a little fed up of all these incessant rants. Before it was obvious that she was just crying out for attention, taking on bigger names to up her profile even further. Now that she's finally moved on to the biggest name of all, her only problem is that she moved on to it just in time for everyone to stop caring.
Bynes is still ranting and raving on Twitter
On top of randomly attacking celebrities for apparently being ugly, Bynes has also been trying to better herself. Cosmetically that is. As well as trying to break into the rap game, supposedly signing a deal with rapper Waka Flocka Flame, she has also been working hard to drop her dress size and has had more than one cosmetic surgery procedure and is even planning on having some more. We don't need to say it, but her behaviour is very rich when compared to her actions.
"She has it all together to me. She is cool as hell and ready for the rap world. I think she is going to kill the game," Waka Flocka said when Bynes' rap plans started coming into fruition. The rapper also said that he has already started making the music for her first rap album and has a team working on her lyrics. No word on when the album comes out though.
Amanda is planning on becoming a rapper
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