If Vivica A. Fox thought Slimm was going to let her off the hook for speaking out to Access Hollywood about their break up, she was sadly mistaken.
Slimm wrote an open letter (the new trend these days) to clear up a few things about his relationship with Ms. Fox, namely the fact that he never used her for her fame, that they would still be together if not for her “negativity” and “childish antics,” and, oh yea, they had already broken up two months before she did the interview for the December issue of Sister 2 Sister.
Here’s a snippet of the letter:
I totally understand that a person would rather save face and avoid admitting their fiancé ended the relationship. So I understood why Vivica didn’t admit the reality of what really took place…. She would have come out better if she stated we went our separate ways if she wanted to avoid the “true” nature of the breakup. The main thing is don’t lie… she and I know what happened so just be cordial and keep it moving. She knew from day one when I first met her I would joke and say “hey baby don’t hit me with that 2 can play that game” lol those methods destroy relationships. I hate games and negativity
Further more if I was using her for fame then why wouldn’t I play the game, put my pride aside and follow through on tying the knot? The reason being I’m not that type of man and I refuse to sell myself short for Fame.
Happiness is key in anything you do in life and people who settle for the wrong reasons never find True Love. I understand the illusion of life and what to avoid so I’m happy at the decision I made and one thing that was evident if she keeps it real or not is the fact I told her several times that “baby, no matter what we disagree about, let’s keep peace and love in the house.”
Read the rest of the letter on NecoleBitchie.com.
So, who do you believe, Vivica or Slimm?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.