amanda bynes getty Amanda Bynes' deep Tweets: Quitting acting, likes 'black men', hates 'perverted dudes'Amanda Bynes has been quite the busy beaver on Twitter recently. In the past 5 days, she has declared who her idols are, her likes and dislikes in men and that she is quitting show biz.

Says Ms. Bynes, with the Dish Rag‘s comments in italics:

“My mother Lynn and my grandmother Anne are and my grandmother Helen
(RIP) are my idols”

Awww, that’s nice.

“My other idols are Marilyn Monroe (RIP) and Angelina Jolie”

Um, okay. Mom, grandmas and two of the most beautiful women who have
ever lived. We’re sure your mom and grannies say, “Thanks.”

“I hate perverted dudes ew”

We’ll assume she means “ew” as in yucky, not as though she is talking
to the magazine or perhaps implying that there are “perverted dudes” at
Entertainment Weekly.

]]>Right on sister. We hear black men earn your energy… oh, look at that… “I like black men I’m very attracted to them just fyi” Um, okay. Bit of a non-sequitur, but good to know? “I’ve never written the movies & tv shows I’ve been apart of I’ve only acted like the characters the producers or directors wanted me to play”

It seems dear Amanda has sussed out just how this “acting” stuff works so it’s good that acting is her chosen profession…
“I don’t love acting anymore so I’ve stopped doing it” Ooh. Spoke too soon. “I know 24 is a young age to retire but you heard it here first I’ve #retired”

Amanda, if you were a gymnast, you’d be positively ancient. But for an actress? That’s a bit early, we think. Though we can’t wait ’til “She’s the Man 2: Sex Change Boogaloo” comes along and you regret that you “retired” on Twitter.
The Dish Rag categorizes this as — shenanigans.

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