Amanda Bynes Calls Jay-Z ‘Ugly Face’ On Twitter Then Deletes It, Over To You Beyonce
Amanda Bynes has landed herself in hot water again by tweeting a totally unnecessary message about rapper Jay-Z. The 26-year-old branded the rapper “Ugly Face” on the social media site — then promptly deleted it.
The former Hairspray actress, whose bizarre behavior on the road and antics on Twitter have put her in the headlines before, seems to have a lot of time on her hands.
As reported by The Inquisitr, hit and run charges against Bynes were dismissed by a California court in December. Going further back, in April 10 and August 4 last year two separate misdemeanor charges resulted in a “civil compromise” with the other party.
According to the Daily Mail, sources close to the cases revealed all the parties agreed to a financial settlement.
However, Bynes does still have a separate DUI case pending as well as two counts for driving while her license was suspended.
Bynes recently sidestepped an eviction order when she moved out of her New York apartment because of alleged weed smoking and nuisance behavior.
Meanwhile, Jay-Z appears to be giving Bynes’ tweet the attention it deserves and instead spent yesterday enjoying a quiet lunch his wife Beyonce and their 13-month old daughter — Blue Ivy.
After her widely praised halftime show at the Super Bowl last Sunday, Beyonce seems to have put the PETA controversy behind her while she lunched with her family at the Gjelina restaurant in Venice, California, on Thursday.
Shielded from view by bodyguards when they emerged from the restaurant, a swaddled Blue Ivy was carried to a waiting SUV by a security guard who works for the couple.
The trio are in Los Angeles ahead of the 55th Annual Grammy Awards this weekend.
Husband Jay-Z is up for multiple awards, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Song, Best Rap/Sung collaboration, and best short form music video.
Elton John, Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, Mumford & Sons, and Adele are among the battery of stars that will take to the Grammys’ stage at Los Angeles’ Staples Center this Sunday.