Vivica A. Fox had eyebrows raising after suggesting 50 Cent might be gay during an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live."
Andy Cohen asked the actress about ex-boyfriend 50 Cent's involvement in a conversation on Instagram about the possibility that "Empire" ratings have dropped because of "gay stuff." (Fox is set to appear on the show as Cookie Lyon's older sister.)
"First of all, you know, pot calling the kettle black is all I'm saying," she said. When Cohen pressed and asked if Fox was insinuating that the rapper is gay, she smiled. "He's not. We had a great time. I mean, he just seems like he's got something that's not quite clear," thereby leaving room for further speculation about 50's sexuality.
Fox, who dated the "In Da Club" rapper in 2003, also noted being suspicious of a 2010 XXL magazine cover featuring 50 and Soulja Boy. "He just looked like a booty snatcher on that one to me," she said.
After Fox's Bravo appearance, both 50 and Soulja Boy responded on social media. The rapper also lashed out by sharing explicit details about the couple's sexual history.
Fox seemed unfazed by the fallout.
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