Actress backtracks on Twitter jabs.
Amanda Bynes is known to flip out, but at least she's not scared to apologize. Since Bynes tends to tweet first and think later, "sorry" is a frequent move for the actress, whose erratic behavior continues to raise eyebrows.
In one of her infamous but frequent Twitter jabs, the millionairess took aim at ex-boyfriend Kid Cudi. She slammed his looks and called his talent "questionable," and now the 27-year-old says a hacker is responsible. "I want to apologize to Scott Mescudi," she tweeted Tuesday (June 4). "My account was hacked, I didn't call him ugly. He's not ugly. He's gorgeous and we dated. I loved him;)"
Still, no response from Cudi.
The one-sided battle kicked off after Bynes accused the G.O.O.D. Music rapper of leaking stories to Complex magazine. "I'm so sick of the articles u write about me," she tweeted to the publication in April. "I want every fake article deleted. Ur d--k whipped by my ugly ex @ducidni [Cudi] who's looks and talent have always been questionable to me ... My music is going to be sicker then whatever the f--k kind of music Scott tries to do."
"Ugly" is Bynes' go-to response for any an every person caught in her Twitter crossfire. She wrote it about Jay-Z in February and Rihanna, who was among her most recent targets. The former child star hit below the belt tweeting that Chris Brown "beat" the "We Found Love" singer because she's not "pretty enough." Rih took it in stride, but still fired back at Bynes' battle with drug abuse rumors tweeting, "Ya see what happens when they cancel Intervention?"
Bynes said she was hacked there too.
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