50 Cent Responds to His Ex Vivica A. Fox’s Comments About His Sexuality

by Jackie Willis 3:15 AM PST, November 09, 2015
Playing 50 Cent Responds to His Ex Vivica A. Fox’s Comments About His Sexuality

Andy Cohen and The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss didn't know what to do when Vivica A. Fox started making shocking claims about her ex-boyfriend 50 Cent -- and these two have seen some drama.

On Sunday's Watch What Happens Live, Cohen and Fox started talking about her upcoming appearance on Empire, which led to questions about 50 Cent slamming the show. "What were your thoughts when 50 Cent blamed the season ratings dip on 'gay stuff'?" Cohen asked.

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"First of all, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I'm saying," Fox responded.

Shocked at what she just heard, Burruss exclaimed, "That was some tea! That was shade. That was major shade."

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Cohen asked Fox, 51, if she was implying that the 40-year-old rapper might be gay, but she clarified that "he's not."

Then she added, "We had a great time. He just seems like he's got something that's not quite clear." She also said that a magazine cover with 50 Cent and Soulja Boy raised some questions for her.

Not long after WWHL aired, 50 Cent responded to his ex-girlfriend's comments in a NSFW way. "Oh No!!! Now she things I'm gay because I let her lick my A**. LMAO," he wrote. "Wait, I didn't want her to, she forced me, my hands were tied. 50 Shades of Grey."

Soulja Boy also Instagrammed about Fox, writing: "Everybody hit up this cougar..she's single and ready to mingle ...1-800-GrannyDesperateForAttention extension I'mWashedUp."

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As for Cohen's question about 50 Cent thinking Empire's ratings dropped because of the "gay stuff," the host later read a statement from 50 Cent's rep saying this was not case. "Mr. Jackson [50 Cent] reposted something on Instagram that originated from a blog in relation to the decrease in Empire's ratings," the statement read. "When he realized there was additional content in the blog post that he did not agree with, he immediately deleted the post as that is not a reflection of his views at all."

After appearing on WWHL, Fox too went on social media. ""Boom!! That's was 4 my #EmpireSeason2 family yall!!" she tweeted. "Drops mic ;-) #WWHL."

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