AceShowbiz - It's clear that 50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox are not one of those friendly exes. The two have issues with each other since their split in 2003 and their feud has just been ignited again with her recount of their sex life in her upcoming book "Every Day, I'm Hustling".
Though she describes their intimate moments as "cherished and special," the "Empire" star claims, "Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him." Fox additionally writes that 50 Cent wooed her and they had amazing chemistry, but he was more focused on his career than on sex. She rates their sex life as "PG-13."
The 53-year-old actress later found out that the rapper had planned to propose to her during a trip to Monaco, where the pair were taking part in the World Music Awards in 2003, but he nixed it when he felt that she stole the spotlight by agreeing to host the show.
In excerpts from her book, Fox claims she was initially reluctant to talk about her relationship with 50 Cent in her book, which is billed as equal parts memoir and self help book drawn from her own life experiences, but she felt compelled to since the 42-year-old rap star has allegedly invented stories about her repeatedly.
50 Cent apparently doesn't like that Fox discusses their relationship and sex life in her book. After he caught wind of the story, the "In da Club" hitmaker lashes out against his ex-girlfriend on Instagram. He writes, "I'm waking up to this s**t, that was 14 years ago. smh who does this? What the f**k!"
He also rants in an Instagram video, responding to people's comments on his previous post. "Not after 14 years!" he stresses.
In 2017, Fox told Wendy Williams that she and 50 Cent ended their years-long feud when they ran into each other at a New York Knicks game earlier in the year. "It's so time for this to be over, as far as beefing back and forth," she recalled their encounter. "I walked over to him and I said, 'Happy New Year.' He was with some guys, I don't remember them. I don't know who they were. I introduced myself and said hello to everyone. Someone has to be the bigger person, so I walked over to him and gave him a hug, we talked for a few minutes and that was that."
She went on sharing, "I hated to have beef with him, but I let nobody mess with me. I ain't no punk. I told him, 'I will always love you. We're not meant to be together, but I'll always have love for you.' "
Fox's book "Every Day, I'm Hustling", which is also filled with life lessons and details of her experiences working on Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" and 1996's blockbuster "Independence Day", is set to hit the shelves on April 3.