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50 Cent Disses Vivica A. Fox For Talking About Their Sex Life, Says Women are Being Hypocritical

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Vivica A. Fox is releasing a self-help book titled “Every Day, I’m Hustling” where she gave details about her relationship with 50 Cent.

In the book, she described the G-Unit rapper as being more focused on his career than on intimacy, and even though she enjoyed being with him, the sex was incredibly tame. So much so, she called it PG-13.

“Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him,” Fox wrote in the book.

Besides that, the “Kill Bill” star said that 50 was going to propose to her in Monaco at the height of their union but changed his mind at the last second.

Eventually, all of this got back to the “Candy Shop” rapper, who went on Instagram to blast Fox. Not only that, he questioned why she would re-visit all of those details since their relationship was so long ago. 50 also said if a man talked about the sex he had with an ex-girlfriend, he would receive much harsher criticism.

“I wanted to talk to ya’ll, because I look in the comments and sh– like that … And you look, and the girls will be like ‘Oh, you must have some bomb d–k or you must’ve been like this [or that],’” he began.

“First of all, not after 14 years, no. ‘Cause if a n—– showed up and talking about ‘You had some bomb ass p—y after 14 years’ … You would’ve been done called the police on the n—-. Called your brothers and told your brothers to jump the n—- … The girls act like it ain’t nothing when they do some sh– like that, but if a guy do something like that, you going to look at him like something’s wrong with him,” Fif added.

According to Fox, she had no plans of discussing 50 in the book but decided otherwise because he “invented stories” about her.

The last time the two beefed publicly was in 2015 when Fox suggested that 50 was gay on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” which she later said wasn’t true.

Then in January 2017, on “The Wendy Williams Show” the “Set It Off” actress said she saw Fif and made up with him because she grew tired of the word contention.

I ran into him last night at the Knicks game,” said Fox on the show. “It is so time for this to be over with, as far as beefing back and forth … I walked over to him, and I said ‘Happy New Year.'”

“Someone has to be the bigger person,” she added. “I gave him a hug, we talked for a few minutes and that was that. As much as we’ve been through, I will always have love for him. He was literally my true love.”

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