Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson wasn't too pleased when ex-girlfriend Vivica A. Fox said their sex life was “PG-13” in her new book, Every Day, I’m Hustling. On Monday, he promptly took to Instagram after excerpts of her book were published online the day before.
Fox, who dated the rapper in 2003, said her romance with Jackson was “cherished and special.” She continued: “Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him.”
While her statement might seem innocuous, Jackson was not happy. “I’m waking up to this shit, that was 14 years ago. Who does this? What the fuck!” he wrote to his 17.4 million followers, alongside a screenshot of a Daily News’ headline. The post was liked more than 138,000 times.
Also included in the book, slated for an April 3 release date, are details of an engagement that never happened. According to Fox, Jackson wanted to propose in 2003 while they were attending World Music Awards in Monaco. His plan was to rent a theater in Monte Carlo and host a private viewing of Fox's film, Kill Bill, Vol. 1. At the end of the movie, he was supposed to ask her to marry him with a 14-carat diamond ring, but, as we already know, Jackson never went through with it.
Monday wasn't the first time the exes feuded about their relationship. In 2015, Jackson and Fox traded blows on social media after she appeared on Watch What Happens Live and insinuated Jackson was gay.
The following year, Jackson appeared on the show, explaining he allowed her to perform oral anal sex on him. “I literally said on Instagram, ‘Oh no because I let her lick my ass she thinks I’m gay,” he said.
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