She then launched into a long-winded attack, flaunting her money and wishing for the eventual demise of the magazine:
@ComplexMag you're ugly writers, I don't want to be in your lame ass magazine thanks! So stop writing about me! I just read an article saying I'm having a break down on twitter. I tweet like every person on the face of the earth. I'm not making empty threats on twitter. Everything I say will come true for me. I don't need your advice thanks! Are any of you multi-millionaires? I highly doubt it! Because I'm loaded! Millionaires do things less desperately than average folks like you. You are pathetic writers and a lame excuse for a magazine. I have so much money that I'm giddy all day, every day. Not needing to work again is far more impressive than any of your ugly writers careers. You write pathetic articles about me - you attack me yet know don't know anything about me nothing for me. You're writers are so ugly I don't even care to be in your magazine. Scott Mescudi always looks ugly on the cover of your magazine. I hope your magazine goes under and you all fail at life like you seem to be by trying to knock down something like myself.
Complex Magazine then responded with a peace offering, an invite to an open bar:
Dear @amandabynes, you're invited to come out with us tonight. Open Bar. Best, Complex.