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There are a lot of celebrities worth following on Twitter. Amanda Bynes is most definitely one of them. From asking Drake to murder her vagina to bringing up Rihanna’s domestic abuse history to asking the President to fire a random cop, she’s capable of saying damn near everything, but this evening, she may have actually topped herself with a lengthy and strange rant in which she called herself a hero for dealing with her “birth defect” nose for the last twenty-seven years.

You can take a look at all of the tweets in question below…

The coolest thing about celebrities being on Twitter is that it allows the general public to hear their unfiltered thoughts without publicists neutering their opinions down to boring and generic thoughts. Bynes especially has taken that concept to the next level over the past year with aggressive, no holds barred comments, but not surprisingly, her inspirational speech about how people can overcome their unattractiveness or perceived unattractiveness with plastic surgery hasn’t sat so well with some observers who think young girls should be told to be proud of their appearances rather than dream of having surgery to make alterations.

On the one hand, I want Amanda to continue to sound off on Twitter and let her fans know exactly what she thinks. I don’t want her to second guess herself when she’s thinking about what to say. On the other hand, however, it’s hard not to read the above tweets and wonder whether the damage she’s potentially doing by espousing such opinions around potentially impressionable teens isn’t outweighing any good her honesty might be doing.

What do you think? Would you like to see Bynes censor herself on Twitter, or do you want her to continue letting it rip? Let us know your thoughts by voting in the poll below…

Should Amanda Bynes Tone Down The Honesty?

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