News: Drake's Worst Enemy Makes Grand Return To Twitterverse
Saturday, Mar 1, 2014 10:15PM
Days after reports revealed Hollywood actress Amanda Bynes regretted her feud with Young Money's Drake, she has embarked on a road to normalcy by returning to where the rift started.
After a publicized hiatus, Bynes made a Twitter comeback on Saturday (March 1).
"Hi everyone! I'm busy studying at @FIDM but I want to say I love you to my fans! Xoxo Amanda," Bynes tweeted March 1. (Amanda Bynes' Twitter)
Reports earlier this week revealed Bynes had received medical treatment and completely regretted her publicized attacks on Drizzy.
Amanda Bynes has turned it around in a big way ... and one of the markers is that she is now remorseful about things she did and said when she was at her worst -- particularly her comment about Drake, "I want Drake to murder my vagina." Sources directly connected with Amanda tell TMZ ... she is in the territory of being her old self again. They say the fact that the Drake comment "horrifies her" shows she again has a sense of the difference between right and wrong. (TMZ)
She had also taken control of her life and started to undergo some serious changes.
But there's more. We're told Amanda has stopped smoking weed, she's in the process of removing a number of inappropriate tattoos, and she's kind to people with whom she interacts. Most impressive ... Amanda is now at FIDM -- the Fashion Institute of Design Merchandising in Orange County -- and she's become so self-confident she makes presentations to her entire class and freely interacts with her classmates. TMZ broke the story ... Amanda was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolarity. It's apparent the meds and the therapy are working. (TMZ)
Last year, Drake briefly addressed Bynes' disses and questioned the authenticity of her Twitter page.
"I don't even know who that is doing that or what that's about. If that is her, I guess it's a little weird and disturbing. It's obviously a behavioral pattern that is way bigger than me. Whoever is behind it, whether it's her or somebody else, they know people are paying attention so they keep it going." (XXL Magazine)