Amanda Bynes Disses “Ugly Ex” Kid Cudi, Hints to New Music
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Amanda Bynes Disses “Ugly Ex” Kid Cudi, Hints to New Music

Amanda Bynes recently posted a video of herself on Twitter, then offered her own review that it was "perfection," while needlessly adding that she's obsessed with herself on Twitter.

That's fine, but she also stopped just defending herself and sent an attack over to one of her exes, Kid Cudi (aka Scott Mescudi), to whom she was linked back in 2010. Complex Magazine can also add itself to the list of media outlets Amanda dislikes. Amanda isn’t happy with this magazine for various reasons, including what she deemed to be an "awful" cover photo of Parks and Recreation's Aubrey Plaza.

As Amanda wrote as part of her long tweet to Complex Magazine:

"I'm so sick of the articles u write about me. I want every fake article deleted. Ur dick whipped by my ugly ex @ducidni who's looks and talent have always been questionable to me, him being the ugly duckling that he is and all. U quote him non stop, then take professional shots of him for ur covers, his best photos aren't shit compared to mine at my best. The photo u chose of Aubrey for her cover is awful. You make people look bad, stop acting like you know anything about what men like. I don't stop getting follwed or hit on every place I go. I'm not trying to sing, but if I did (I got offered an Interscope record deal right after I filmed Hairspray which you might know if you sat down and did a normal interview. I still might take them up on their offer) get the facts as opposed to talking shit. My music is going to be sicker then whatever the fuck kind of music Scott tries to do. Stop writing articles without speaking to me first."

Sifting through all of that ... does she have new music coming out? She "retired" from acting last year (although she could always un-retire) and announced she was going into fashion. But maybe she should issue a counter-rap to Cudi's song, "Cudder Is Back," where he raps "Wanna know about me and Amanda Bynes (Amanda please)...It don't matter my n---a, I love them all. As long as she don't need stupid amounts of makeup to make up the self esteem."

Amanda clearly has a lot to say about her own life, her exes and the world around her. Music would probably be the perfect outlet for her right now. Get that girl in a studio — and away from Twitter!

Sources: New York Post, @AmandaBynes

04.17.2013 / 11:08 PM EDT by Gina Carbone
Related: News, Amanda Bynes, Celebrity Relationships, Music

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