Someone Really Should Have Warned Vivica That Coming For 50 Cent Was A Terrible Idea
The last time I checked, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Vivica A. Fox were on good—or at the very least decent—terms. Things were bad for a little while after their short-lived relationship concluded around 2003, but they made amends and Fox even appeared in the rapper’s “Do You Think About Me?” music video six years later.
Just last February, the actress told Meredith Vieira that despite their horrible breakup, Jackson was “the love of her life,” adding that she “loved him very, very much and I always will.” Less than one month later, Jackson responded to her comments, and despite failing to reciprocate those feelings, he seemed to handle the situation as delicately as one could expect him to.
“I saw that after. I was like WOW, that she would even say that at this point. It was a lot of confusion. At that point, I was real green. We at 2003, the release of Get Rich or Die Tryin’, largest debuting hip-hop album, and I’m sitting there like, ‘huh?’ We went out once before the [MTV Video Music] award show. I didn’t know the award show was going to publicly marry us,” he told Angie Martinez in March. “She knew better than I did what was going to happen, so when the train is taking off without you, you kind of feel really uncomfortable, and you don’t get to that point where you get to feel the way that the public is perceiving it. But women are more advanced than men emotionally.”
No harm, no foul, right? However, it appears that something may have gone down between these famous exes behind the scenes because Auntie Viv boldly insinuated that her ex might be into men during Sunday evening’s taping of “Watch What Happens Live.”
As you can see, she clearly meant for the gay comments to be some kind of jab at Jackson. It’s unclear why she chose to go this route, but what is clear is that it was a terrible idea. For one, trash talking your exes is almost always more reflective of you (and where your head is at) than it is them. Simply put, feeling the need to dog your ex 12 years after the fact makes it look like you’re not over it. It just gives them way too much power and confirms that they’re still living rent free in your mind. Just no, sis. Secondly, 50 is the ultimate troll and well, I don’t really know anyone in their right minds who would want to go at it with him. I imagine that getting into a feud of this nature with Jackson would get tiresome rather quickly because he knows no limits. Just, why?
As you probably guessed, Jackson wasted no time going after Fox and the slander against the actress will likely carry on well into the week.
Viv has since responded to 50’s post, telling followers that she found them to be funny. However, it appears that we can expect her to make some posts of her own in the future, as she insists that she has “some stories in my vault” as well.