Amanda Bynes lashes out on Twitter, seeks attention

Amanda

Amanda

“Amanda, please!”

NOT ANYMORE. She’s now become a mix of Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears, with a mild form of Miley Cyrus with her new shocking and rebellious look she claims in a tweet is the “new me!” and “I love it!”

But I’m getting ahead of myself. Am I the only one who follows celebrities on Twitter? No. Most of you entertainment junkies who feed off of their public humiliation to justify the fact your own problems are considered normal, have probably heard (or are obsessively following, like myself) the recent Amanda Bynes news, which has made national news for her erotic behavior on social media for the past couple of weeks.

The troubled 27-year-old lashes out randomly to other celebrities constantly calling them ugly. She recently got arrested for dropping what was identified as a bong out of her New York City apartment about a month ago and was evicted from her apartment a week or two ago because complaints of marijuana were reported.

According to her Twitter, she is so sick of the constant attention that she tweets about suing every tabloid, magazine and news organization that not only writes false things about her, but doesn’t use flattering pictures to go with her embarrassing story. As if she needs to justify her actions with a picture of her choosing.

She tweeted on April 23, 2013 a picture of herself with the caption “This is a good 1! No magazine ever put this in their magazine! Y do tabloids only use the fattest most unflattering pics?”

She continued to tweet more pictures that day she thought magazines should use. Well, Amanda, I hate to break it to you, but you don’t always get special treatment when something doesn’t go your way. Get over it.

Personally, I find her random outbursts on Twitter extremely intriguing. I mean, not only does she attack celebrities one minute then apologize when they retaliate the next, but her harsh statements can sometimes be difficult to understand.

A perfect example of this is when she tweeted rapper, Drake on March 21, 2013 the following “I want @Drake to murder my vagina.” Poor Drake. She probably got his hopes up before she continuously tweeted how ugly he is soon after.

One of the many tweets read “I only like @Drake because he’s so ugly! His ugly cheeks at the EA conference! Fine he is not, but he knows he’s ugly! I’ve spoken to him!”

Amanda also attacked the R&B singer, Rihanna by tweeting that she understood why Chris Brown beat her. After she got her real feelings off her chest, she deleted all of the nasty remarks and tweeted a picture on May 29, 2013 of her and Rihanna back in the day with the caption “This is a mocked up image on the Internet that I LOVE! I love @rihanna! She’s such a beauty!”

No wonder so many people are reaching out to Amanda, she is all over the place. What went wrong with the sweet, innocent comedian we grew up loving?

But my personal favorite has to be the on-going tweeting session between Amanda and Perez Hilton, the man famous for his blogs about celebrity gossip. The back and forth fighting match deserves it’s own Twitter account. I’d follow it.

Not only has Amanda told the Twitter world she would not be their friend if they follow Perez on Twitter because he “harasses” her, but she took it a step further recently when she tweeted at the witty and sarcastic entertainment blogger to go kill himself.

Maybe when someone actually takes her vulgar thoughts she lets the world see online come true, she will delete them and put up a sweet picture acting as though is wasn’t her fault they took her hurtful words serious.

Perez surprisingly made a very respectful video where he told Amanda he sends her all his positivity. Although, I was looking forward to watching an insulting and ignorant response to the hateful tweet, I was impressed with what he said and have all the hope in the world she takes his words to heart.

Don’t get me wrong, I love Amanda Bynes, but that girl has turned to the dark side and is cray-cray. She needs to turn to help instead of her phone, but you can decide for yourself.