Gabrielle Union Appears to Throw Shade at Vivica A. Fox Over Comment on Black Women's Unfair Payment
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The 51-year-old 'Bring It On' actress is seemingly among those who take issue with the 'Independence Day' star's comment about black women's unfair payment payment in the industry.

AceShowbiz - Gabrielle Union is among those who weren't feeling Vivica A. Fox's comment on black women's unfair payment in the industry. The "Bring It On" actress appeared to throw shade at the "Independence Day" star by liking a post on X (formerly Twitter) about the latter.

The 51-year-old was caught giving a like to a tweet that read, "She hasn't experienced Taraji's successes either. Next." It was a response to TMZ's post titled, "Vivicia A. Fox Says She Hasn't Experienced Taraji P. Henson's Work Woes."

In a video published by TMZ on Monday, January 8, Fox was signing autographs for fans when she was asked about the discussion of equal pay that was initiated by Henson. "You know, darling, to each his own. I'm very happy, very blessed," she responded with a shrug.

Insisting that she didn't have the same experience as Henson, the 59-year-old added, "To each his own. I didn't have that experience, you know?" She went on noting, "But to, uh, get your peace out is important. I totally understand that. And I love my girls for looking our for each other. But, I'm good!"

After the video circulated online, social media users quickly weighed in on Fox's apparent indifference to the issue. "She didn't have that experience because she has not acted on the level Taraji has. She has not reached the levels Taraji has reached," one person shaded her.

Another similarly said of the "Kill Bill" actress' career, "her Career don't even compare." A third critic said, "I mean Vivica can't relate because she only did like 1 or 2 big motion pictures," while a fourth dissed her, "Mean girl energy Iont [sic] like that s**t."

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