Making Fun of a Mentally Ill Person Just Isn't OK No Matter How Catchy the Tune

9/13/2013 9:55 AM PDT, by Sarah Taylor


Warning: Video is NSFW for explicit language, but the tune is familiar, so your boss might let it slide.

So here's a few former "RuPaul's Drag Race" contestants, and essentially, they made a "Blurred Lines" parody spoofing Amanda Bynes' mental illness and subsequent 5150 psychiatric hold. 

While the Queens look frigging fabulous -- because come on; they're even better looking than the chicks in the original "Blurred Lines" video -- that doesn't make it OK to parody somebody for their mental illness whilst dancing around in straitjacket. Even though they sang, "We love you Blurred Bynes," that doesn't make it all right to make a mockery of something Amanda, God-willing, is going to look back on in 10 years or so and say, "Man, how embarrassing -- why would you even do that to me?"

Not cool, guys.
Filed Under:  Amanda Bynes
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