amanda bynes kid cudi herpes keith rivers drake Amanda Bynes says Kid Cudi has herpes, she'd still love Drake if he had Parkinson's

Amanda Bynes is on a roll. Not a good one, but a roll all the same. After adding her sister and Zac Efron to the list of people she finds ugly, you may have thought there would be a calm before the next storm. That’s just not the case, though.
First, she called her mom “ugly and old and desperate,” which is just a horrible thing to say to your mother. She’s called her dad ugly in the past though, so it’s not incredibly surprising.
Then she set her sights on Drake. Though she often calls him ugly, it seems Amanda still holds a certain affection for the Canadian rapper. How else do you explain her tweet, which reads, “I Know I Love Drake Because If He Got Parkinson’s Or Got Into Some Sort Of Accident & He Looked Different He’d Still Be The Only One I Want.” That’s true love, Amanda.
That’s the tweet she didn’t delete. Then there’s the ones she got rid of quickly, but were still seen by some people. She went after her former boyfriend Kid Cudi (Scott Mescudi) again. He was labeled ugly back in April. Amanda took is one step further Friday (June 28) when she made a pretty serious claim about him.

Amanda was talking about “the only other ugly black guy I dated,” New York Giants linebacker Keith Rivers, when she added, “You won’t want him or Scott Mescudi. They have herpes and are ugly!” For someone who is constantly threatening to sue people, this is a pretty irresponsible accusation to throw around.
Eventually people are going to start going after Amanda for the things she says about them online, because defaming someone in print is called libel and it’s against the law.

Bynes has other things to worry about, though. After she deleted the tweets, she let her followers know the truly important news. “I’m Having My Next Surgery Tomorrow.”
The only way any of this turns out well is if Casey Affleck is giving her the Joaquin Phoenix treatment.
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