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Amanda Bynes: ‘I Have a Birth Defect’

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A-ha!

Ladies and gentlemen, do not be troubled. Amanda Bynes has a great explanation for her crazy behavior on Twitter for the past few months… Eye webbing! It’s exactly what it sounds like. And, apparently it has debilitated poor Amanda “for the past 27 years.” That’s funny, we don’t remember anything wrong with Amanda’s eyes back on 90’s Nickelodeon show All That. Regardless, last night Amanda tweeted this:

…We are somewhat speechless. But as long as Amanda can finally be happy again after 27 years of eye-webbing that forced her to lash out at innocent people on Twitter, then that’s all that really matters. In fact, as time goes on in the celeb world we are getting more and more convinced that happiness comes not from an intimate place within oneself, but rather from costly surgeries that have the ability to correct our “every imperfection.” Or… at least Amanda thinks so. She added on Twitter:

I wanted to share my story with you to prove that I’m not crazy, I was just embarrassed. Surgery is a complete miracle for me— nothing can hold you back from living out your dreams. There’s a surgery for everything that’s wrong with you!

Good looking out! Today, Amanda gets an A+ for moral support. We’re just hoping her newly de-webbed eyes will shine brightly for the world as she considers spending the next few months apologizing to everyone she insulted over Twitter. Cheers!

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In other news, Amanda has stated she will be attending Waka Flocka this June in Toronto!

Maybe some Pride Weekend fun will help Amanda steer clear of any unnecessary Twitter or surgery drama that might bring her down.

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