After months and months of public disses shot his way, Young Money’s Drake has finally discussed the wrath of troubled former child television star Amanda Bynes.
While Drizzy would not dig too deep into the topic, he did admit having doubt over the dicey remarks that were posted onto her Twitter page these past few months.
“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)
Despite previously not receiving any responses from Drake, Bynes continued her anti-Drizzy movement earlier this summer with a shot at his mother.
“@drake looks like an ugly old woman,” she tweeted June 28.
“The only person uglier than @drake is his mom” (Amanda Bynes’ Twitter)
Known for having a close-knit relationship with his mom, Drizzy previously talked about people harassing him about her on Twitter.
“I’ll tell you, my biggest thing was, I remember, it was on Twitter. I remember the day my mom was getting surgery and someone came on Twitter and they were like, ‘Yo, Drake, I hope your mom dies.’ You don’t really mean that. Like, you know you’re going to see something bad. Out of 1000 compliments, it’s so crazy. It’s basically, like, when you used to sit there as a kid, and want to know what everyone is thinking. That’s your superpower. [Twitter is] knowing what everyone is thinking.” (The Source)
The hip-hop world could be getting fed up with Bynes’ antics as Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller appeared to take a shot at her in late June.
“@AmandaBynes please murder my v*gina,” Mac tweeted to Bynes which was followed by her responding “@MacMiller hop on my d*ck” (Mac Miller’s Twitter)
Recently, Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame revealed his new working relationship with the 27-year-old actress.
Forget Wyclef Jean … Amanda Bynes is hashing out a record deal with rapper Waka Flocka Flame for her upcoming hip hop album — and Waka tells TMZ, it’s going to be legendary. Waka — who runs Brick Squad Monopoly records — tells us, the deal hasn’t been signed yet but it’s basically in the bag … in fact, he’s already hired people to start penning Amanda’s songs. Waka says he and Amanda FaceTime at least once a week and text every day — mostly about her rap career … but also about motivational stuff, like “keeping her head up from the haters.” (TMZ)