Amanda Bynes and her wild tweets

Amanda Bynes may have retired from acting, but she’s hasn’t removed herself from the spotlight completely. The Nickelodeon star has been tweeting up a storm recently with random thoughts on her likes, dislikes and life in general.
After showing off her drastic new makeover last week on her social media account, Bynes (26) has been sharing a series of bizarre tweets.
The Easy A actress moved to New York in September 2012 following two-hit-and-run charges and a DUI arrest in L.A, but Bynes has still made headlines in the Big Apple for her erratic behavior.

Amanda Bynes and her wild tweets
Amanda Bynes.

Check out a round-up of her odd recent tweets below:
“When someone loves you, the way they say your name is different. You know that your name is safe in their mouth.” – March 12.
“Drake is a hot fellow.” – March 14.
“He’s Rocking That Incest Face.” – March 15.
“SoCks.” (With a photo of her . . . socks) – March 16.
“You are you who date.” – March 17.
“Baby corn and fried tofu.” – March 17.
“I created the phrase Ily and lololol. Proud.” – March 17.
“If I’m not following you on twitter, I hate you.” – March 17.

Amanda Bynes wants who to do what to her what?! (Take a deep breath, guys, this one’s a doozy.)
The former What I Like About You star, who has undergone a dramatic makeover and just this morning showed off her cheek piercings, has already made it known that she thinks rapper Drake is a “hot fellow,” and, well, he is.
But a recent tweet describing exactly what she wants this “hot fellow” to do to her lady bits just took things over the edge.
“I want @drake to murder my vagina” – she wrote (and has gotten retweeted 6,392 times in over an hour). Yes, really.
And then she posted: “Twerking out.” No word on whether or not Miley Cyrus joined her on that.
Once you let the gasps and OMGs subside, let’s remember that celebrity Twitter accounts are always getting hacked, so this could very much be a product of someone going in and taking her account over.
But either way—wow.

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