Vivica A. Fox Reveals Why She and 50 Cent Split and How He Resolved It
When 50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox made their relationship public in the early 2000s, it turned the entertainment world upside down. They walked the red carpet together at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, which was a huge event that year.
t.A.T.u. performed a mash-up of Beyoncé and JAY-popular Z’s songs “Crazy in Love” and “Baby Boy,” then Beyoncé and JAY-Z shook the stage with “Crazy in Love” and “Baby Boy.” However, 50 Cent and Fox created quite a ruckus. Fox recently opened up about their relationship, breakup, and where she and the rapper are now.
In 2003, 50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox had a brief relationship.
When Vivica A. Fox and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson first met in 2003, she had a long list of hit films under her belt. By 2002, the rapper’s career had taken off thanks to his hit “Wanksta” and other releases such as “In da Club” and “P.I.M.P.”
During the 2003 BET Awards, 50 Cent gave Fox a shout-out for the first time (not the Soul Train Awards). “And I’d like to thank Vivica Fox for wearing that dress,” she said as she remembered him shooting his shot on stage.
Fox informed DJ Vlad that his team made contact with her representatives and that they quickly proceeded from phone conversations to dating. That occurred in March, but they had broken up by the fall of that year.
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Vivica Fox claims she and 50 Cent made a hasty public appearance.
In the realm of celebrity relationships, some people want to keep things quiet, while others enjoy being in the spotlight, and a few people are unwittingly pursued by the press. Going public, she claims, put Vivica Fox and 50 Cent at a disadvantage.
She claimed that they’d only been dating for a few months before announcing their relationship to the world, and the attention had become intrusive.
… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.