Amanda Bynes Targets Barack & Michelle Obama in Latest Twitter Attack

Amanda BynesI'm beginning to think getting called "ugly" by Amanda Bynes is some kind of rite of passage for the cool kids. Let's see ... Amanda's list of "ugly" people so far includes Drake (and his mom), Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, model Chrissy Teigen, Courtney Love, Zac Efron, Lance Bass, and I'm sure there's some I'm forgetting. But fortunately Amanda will never run out of people to tweet her craziness at, and it's definitely looking like Amanda will never run out of crazy. Because her latest target is none other than the President and First Lady, Barack and Michelle Obama. Amanda tweeted:

Hey, at least she's aiming high?


No word on what the First Couple did to Amanda -- beyond existing -- but Twitter went ape, retweeting Aman-duh's snipe almost 15,000 times and sending "Barack and Michelle Obama" trending worldwide. That's the power of an Amanda Bynes crazy tweet. I wouldn't be surprised if she manages to make a living off this little trick eventually, getting paid to tweet things like "McDonald's is ugly!"; "Toyota is ugly!"

Twitter had some interesting replies to Amanda. Here's a roundup of some of the standouts:

@TWY69: Someone's getting deported, and it ain't me.

@bengreenman: Amanda Bynes Calls Obamas 'Ugly' on Twitter. It's probably more efficient for her to list the people she doesn't think are ugly.

@UberFacts: Don't you think this is getting a little old? [Never, UberFacts, NEVER!]

@Linzhoe: Funny how Amanda Bynes wants to call other people ugly even though she looks like something Mickey Rourke just queefed out.

@JoPiazza: She's more of a Hillary girl.

@deadsetdaniel: Respect your President. Maybe he'll implement a rehab program just for you.

And there's the new "Does Amanda Bynes think you're ugly?" flowchart. Check it out. Chances are, she thinks you're ugly. So many differences amongst us, and yet we can all be united in Amanda Bynes' opinion of our looks.

Did Amanda go too far this time?

Image via Amanda Bynes/Twitter

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