Looks like Amanda Bynes is indeed breaking into the music business.
At least, according to Waka Flocka Flame.
The 27-year-old star, who has previously announced her plans to kick off her music career, has a potential deal in the works with the rapper (one of the nine people she follows on Twitter!) and may soon sign to his hip-hop label, Brick Squad Monopoly records.
"She wanted to produce a single so that she could potentially have an album," Waka tells E! News. "So she was like, she wanted to go to the club and she wanted to be inside the club. So I'm like, you know I'm the king of the club, not to be all arrogant, but that's just what the fans voted me. So I might as well go ahead and take her to the club and...introduce her to the lifestyle."
Sounds like these two make a great team.
As for when we'll actually hear Amanda's new music? Waka says the former Nickelodeon star hasn't signed with him yet, but plans to do so after she completes all her plastic surgery (the She's the Man star recently revealed she went under the knife to fix "webbing" between her eyes, which she deemed a "birth defect").
"Yeah, she's a cool person, man," Waka says. "She's actually cool, like, I don't know, I felt like I guess she's misunderstood, or I guess she is probably just doing it just to make people, like, I don't know...she's cool man, it ain't nothing like that, she's ultimately cool."
Thanks for the clarification, Mr. Flame.
Waka also tells E! News the song he picked for Amanda is called "Shots" (even though Bynes insists she doesn't drink) and he even chose a rap name for the future hip-hop star: A.B.
"Yeah, she's a great person, and the industry better get ready for her," he says.
But Waka isn't the only rapper who wants to work with Amanda.
While the meeting didn't go down, Chinga Chang Records CEO Dan Herman told E! News Jean is still interested in making music with the former What I Like About You star.
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