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Thursday 30 July 2015

Amanda Bynes creating ‘hot’ album

Published 21/06/2013 | 14:33

Amanda Bynes
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes and rapper Waka Flocka Flame text every day to talk about music and "keeping her head up".

The troubled actress has been hitting headlines recently after posting controversial messages on Twitter and is now trying to launch her career as a musician.

Amanda is apparently figuring out a record deal with rapper Waka Flocka Flame and the 27-year-old is sure she'll be a success.

"It's going to be crazy hot," he assured TMZ.

Waka added the album will be called Shots but has no official release date yet.

While the deal hasn't been signed yet, he has reportedly already found people to write songs for Amanda.

According to the rapper, they text every day and use FaceTime on their iPhones once a week to chat about music and "keeping her head up from the haters".

Amanda caused a stir when she slammed celebrities including Rihanna and Drake on Twitter for being "ugly".

While she may have caused concern with her behaviour, Waka doesn't think there's anything wrong with the star.

"Not at all. She has it all together to me. She is cool as hell and ready for the rap world. I think she is going to kill the game," he enthused.

The rapper, who runs Brick Squad Monopoly Records, will also feature on some of Amanda's songs.

Amanda recently took to Twitter to tell fans she couldn't wait to see them on tour.

She also recently spoke out about having surgery to correct "webbing" between her eyes.

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