Amanda Bynes: At It Again With Kid Cudi, Record Deal And Eating Disorder Claims

Amanda Bynes continues to use Twitter as her own news organization, revealing details about her relationship with rapper Kid Cudi.

On Tuesday, Bynes not only attacked Complex magazine for an article discussing her mental health but also made new claims about her ex-boyfriend Kid Cudi. In the Twitter missive, Bynes said to Complex, “Stop acting like I'm doing something wrong. I'm obsessed with myself on Twitter. Also, my video last night was perfection.” After she was done with the magazine, Bynes made a claim that Complex was working for, or with, Kid Cudi, her ex-boyfriend.

According to Bynes, “Ur d--- 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 s--- compared to mine at my best [sic].”

She also slams the magazine for making people look bad by choosing bad photos. In that same post, Bynes said she did not want to have a singing career but was offered a record deal from Interscope Records.

Bynes has proved on Twitter that “The Amanda Show,” which stopped airing on Nickelodeon in 2002, has returned not to television but to a social media network. Bynes updates Twitter on a daily basis, adding plenty of new photos, new claims and other daily documents that could be considered puzzling.

After slamming Complex and Kid Cudi in one TwitPlus post, Bynes later commented on an article posted on College Candy in which she revealed she had an eating disorder.

On Monday, Bynes posted a video to Telly with the description, “I'm Sucking On A Sour Patch Kid Listening To Music Getting Ready For Tonight,” which shows the retired actress making faces in front of a mirror and dancing. Bynes had earlier made headlines in March for her infamous tweet about Drake.

On Thursday, Bynes has dedicated her Twitter to her followers, reposting their tweets and thanking them for their support.

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