News: Hollywood Hottie's Drake Obsession Intensifies, Crowns Him "King" Drizzy

Tuesday, Apr 23, 2013 7:44AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Hollywood actress Amanda Bynes is showing no interest in moving on from her obsession with Young Money's Drake by once again taking to Twitter to ooze over him.

The latest Drizzy-inspired tweet has her crowning the rapper as her "King."

Amanda Bynes is continuing her obsession with Drake, who is continuing to ignore her! The actress achieved social media infamy when she tweeted to Drake weeks ago, "murder my (censored, word for 'lady parts'!). " And that was just the beginning. Bynes tweeted the word "King" to Drake early Monday, complete with photo, as some fans are calling her out for her bizarre behavior. (RadarOnline)

A few weeks ago, Bynes tweeted out a sexually-explicit message to the platinum-selling artist.

"I want @drake to murder my vagina," Bynes tweeted March 22nd.
"Twerking out" (Amanda Bynes' Twitter)

A week prior, Amanda dished out her desire for the Toronto, Canada native.

Amanda Bynes has her eyes on Drake! The 26-year-old actress, who was spotted out and about in NYC yesterday for the first time in months, took to Twitter today to share her crush on the 26-year-old rapper. "@drake is a hot fellow :D," Bynes posted along with a photo of Drake and friends. The newly curly-haired star also shared a funny photo in which Drake's face is swapped with Nicki Minaj with the caption, "He's the woman bwahahah @drake." Drake has yet to respond to Bynes' tweets of admiration. (E! Online)

Bynes and Drizzy had romance rumors attached to one another back in 2010.

Drake hasn't replied to her Tweets so far, but this isn't the first time they've been linked. People speculated that he was the rapper she was Tweeting about back in 2010, but Amanda denied they were dating at that time and said they'd never even met. Do you think Amanda and Drake would make a cute couple? (Cambio)

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