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As the old adage goes, the truth is much stranger than fiction. A Hip-Hop record label has offered troubled struggle actress Amanda Bynes a record deal. This makes the aforementioned label, Chinga Chang Records, full of struggle by default. 

Radar Online reports:

Daniel Herman of Chinga Chang Records label told exclusively that he has offered Amanda a record deal and is anticipating that they will be able to come to an agreement for the project.

“I cleared the project with The Orchard and Sony Entertainment and they gave me the green light to go ahead,” the label owner said.

Amanda has expressed a desire to be a hip hop artist and Daniel explained why he’s going after her for a record deal.

“The fact that Amanda wants to do hip hop music means that Chinga Chang label is the best place for her to do this, because of my past experience with bringing pop and legitimate hip hop together.”

As far as we know, Bynes raps skills only included slandering rappers like her ex-Cudi, Jay-Z and Drake via Twitter. It was the Toronto MC who she infamously told he could have her way with his private parts on the social media network. Somehow, Herman cites that as the reason he wants to offer her a recording contract.

Amanda’s obsession with Drake was also a reason Daniel said he’d like to producer her record.

“I think that she’s more gangster than Drake,” he said.

Daniel said he’s “reached out to Amanda’s attorneys to negotiate the deal.”

Good luck with that.

Chinga Chang’s biggest claim to fame is releasing a Kool G. Rap record in 2007 called Half A Klip that featured an appearance from actress Haylie Duff on a DJ Premier produced song called “On The Rise Again.”

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