Drake, the US rapper who was the recipient of a series of bizarre Twitter comments from troubled actress, Amanda Bynes, earlier this year, has responded to her posts about him.
Bynes, who has starred in the likes of Easy A, Hairspray, and She's the Man, told her three million Twitter followers in March, "I want @drake to murder my vagina."
The actress continued her pursuit of the musician by labelling Drake "gorgeous" and a "hot fellow." However, presumably because he didn't respond to her forthright comments, she then called him ugly, before posting, "They airbrushed @drake to make his eyes look like he doesn't have down's syndrome!," on June 21.
He then went on to add, "It's obviously a behavioural 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."
Recently Bynes was offered $200,000 to record an album by Chinga Chang Records. The music company are clearly serious about making an album with the star as they have added $50,000 to the sum they originally offered her.
Daniel Herman of Chinga Chang Records recently told Radar Online, "I would have to be an idiot to not do everything in my power to create a classic album with her. It's not about being more gangster than Drake, it's about representing culture and having the ability to make better music than him."
Chinga Chang Records have event told Bynes that they will split the earnings from her record, 50/50, when her debut album is eventually released. However, Bynes is believed to prefer to work with Waka Flocka Flame.