Vivica Fox, 50 Cent ‘Gay Stuff’ – Fox Says Sorry On Twitter To Soulja Boy

Vivica Fox set off quite the controversy when Fox hinted that 50 Cent might be gay, as reported by the Inquisitr. The topic came up when Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen read a question from a viewer about former comments that 50 Cent made about Empire going downhill because of all the gay storylines. That’s when Vivica made an interesting comment that perhaps 50 Cent protested the “gay stuff” on Empire for an entirely different reason.

Fox hinted that 50 Cent could be hiding secret homosexual desires.

“First of all, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I’m saying. He’s not [gay]. We had a great time. He just seems like he’s got something that’s not quite clear.”

It’s well-known that 50 Cent and Empire stars like Taraji P. Henson have gone back and forth over 50 Cent’s Power drama battling Empire.

This time, however, it was a 2010 cover photo of XXL, as reported by XXL, that caused Vivica to tell Andy that the image of 50 Cent and Soulja Boy gave her pause and caused her gay radar to perk up. Fox made sure to say that she didn’t think 50 Cent was gay and that Vivica had a great time with 50 Cent when the two dated, but that the cover photo did make her think 50 Cent looked like a “booty snatcher” on the cover.

Now Vivica is apologizing for the gay comments — not to 50 Cent, but to Soulja Boy. As reported by Us, Fox sent a special Twitter apology to Soulja for her comments hinting that he looked gay on the cover.

As expected, 50 Cent didn’t take too kindly to Vivica’s words hinting that he might have looked gay, and 50 Cent is still keeping Instagram busy with responses to Fox. In a recent post on Instagram, 50 Cent posted a quote from Vivica in which she describes 50 Cent as the love of her life.

Soulja Boy called Fox a washed-up granny on Instagram, posting a disparaging photo of Vivica. It appears that Soulja has heard about Fox’s mea culpas toward him, because he re-tweeted Fox’s tweet telling him directly that there was no shade intended toward him.

Fox explained that she was defending her friends from the cast of Empire and not trying to use her platform on Watch What Happens Live to claim that Soulja was gay. In the meantime, 50 Cent continues to be a hot and heavy topic on Twitter, with Fox denying 50’s accusations that Vivica disparaged Halle Berry.

For his part, Soulja is publicizing his new video a-plenty on Twitter and tweeting about taking the good with the bad in life. Soulja has also written about turning negative situations into positive situations. On the other hand, 50 seems to be having a field day with his disses against Fox and others. He has posted negative images claiming she’s had a bad breast augmentation surgery and more.

[Photo by Lisa Lake/Getty Images for the Julius Irving Golf Classic]

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