Amanda Bynes, rap star in the making?
Ridiculous as it sounds, the troubled former Nickelodeon actress has been offered a record deal with a small hip-hop label to drop her very first album.
Producer Daniel Herman of Chinga Chang Records extended an offer to Bynes, reaching out in a formal capacity to her attorney in Los Angeles.
"She's phenomenal and that's the crazy thing about this," Herman, also the CEO of the label, said. "This is the perfect home. This isn't just a gimmick."
There's a lot of crazy things about Amanda Bynes, truthfully.