Blurred Bynes: Drag Queens Cover Robin Thicke, Call Out Amanda

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With "Blurred Bynes," a group of drag queens have done the impossible, covering Robin Thicke's summer smash and calling out troubled actress Amanda Bynes.

Okay, maybe not the impossible. But didn't see that one coming, did you?

L.A. drag queens Willam Belli, Detox (both ex-contestants on RuPaul's Drag Race) and Vicky Vox have just released the video lampooning Amanda Bynes' wild antics.

Watch it in its NSFW glory below:

The three queens sing seductively, "OK she smoked some weed, you know you can't malign her. So high she tweets to Drake to murder her vagina."

Hashtag: #VAGACIDE.

They continue, "Whitney, Britney, Lohan, Charlie Sheen and Russell Brand all agree that she's the man, wait hold up she was in She's the Man."

Nicely played.

While you may say it's uncalled for to make fun of a girl we now know is suffering from severe mental illness, the group does seem to be big fans.

"We love you blurred Bynes," the drag queen trio croons as part of the chorus. "Your tits real sexy, wig extra messy, looking real, real sketchy."


Like the original "Blurred Lines" video, the parody features wild animals, hot models (men in this case) and exercise equipment inside a big white room.

Which do you like better?

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