Vivica A. Fox dialed up the noise on social media when she strongly insinuated that rapper and former boyfriend 50 Cent is a closet homosexual.
Fox and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss were being interviewed by Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happpens Live” when the subject of the rivalry between “Empire” and “Power” was broached. It has been reported that Fox will make an appearance on “Empire” in an upcoming episode, escalating the already thick tension and hate between the “Empire” and “Power” camps.
When Cohen asked Fox about 50 Cent’s outlandish theory that “Empire’s” ratings dropped off significantly because of “too much gay stuff,” Fox retorted:
“First of all, the pot calling the kettle black is all I’m gonna say.”
But then, of course, after someone gets worked up, it’s hard to turn the mouth off like a faucet, and some more shade came pouring from her lips:
“He just seems like he’s got something that’s not quite clear. I just never forget, there was a VIBE cover with him and Soulja Boy that made me kinda go ‘hmmm’—he looked like a booty snatcher to me.”
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Curtis Jackson, who notorious started many beefs in order to keep his name and album projects in the public arena, of course could not resist firing shots back at his former girl.
First Soulja Boy threw some shade at Fox since she dragged his name into the fray by mentioning the controversial cover photo he took with Fifty Cent.
And 50 Cent followed up summarily with his mudslinging.
Take a look at what else Fifty had to say as well as the rest of social media: