Don’t mess with Rihanna! It’s round two in the Rihanna/Amanda Bynes Twitter feud, and this time Rihanna is taking the first shot.
Chrissy Teigen may be too polite to respond to an Amanda Bynes diss, but not Rihanna! In an unconvincing attempt to tell the world she is mentally stable, Amanda tweeted “I’m Not Crazy” on May 29, and Rihanna totally used it as an opportunity to diss her!
Rihanna Disses Amanda Bynes On Twitter
Amanda’s “I’m Not Crazy” tweet was clearly meant to send a message to all her haters. But Rihanna, 25, turned it around and retweeted it, obviously dissing her!
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This seems a little unnecessary. Sure, Amanda has said some awful things about Rihanna, but Rihanna does not need to respond. Especially when hours earlier Amanda kinda tried to apologize by calling Rihanna a “beauty.”
“This is a mocked up image I found on the Internet that I LOVE! I love @rihanna! She’s such a beauty!” tweeted Amanda with a picture of her and Rihanna.
On May 24, Amanda began a Twitter war with Rihanna for no apparent reason, and she brought up the shocking incident when Rihanna was assaulted by Chris Brown in 2009.
“No one wants to be your lover so you call everyone and their mother that I almost named my new dog Rihanna,” Amanda first tweeted. Amanda then dropped quite possibly the most insensitive tweet in the history of Twitter: “Chris brown beat you because you’re not pretty enough.”
If that wasn’t offensive enough, Amanda then made an extremely controversial and hateful remark. She finished off the rant by tweeting, “you look so ugly tryin to be white.”
However, Rihanna responded with the most epic reply: “Ya see what happens when they cancel the Intervention?”
While Rihanna was totally right to call out Amanda with her hilarious tweet on that occasion, this time seems quite unnecessary. Amanda is clearly unwell, and Rihanna should rise above commenting on it.
What do YOU think HollywoodLifers? Is Rihanna right to lash out at Amanda? Or was this a low blow?
— Eleanore Hutch