Vivica hinted but not so clearly that 50 Cent might have been gay but since she had a great time with him, there is a chance that the rapper is confused.
Empire addressed a major issue in the RndB music industry regarding gay artists. Lucious Lyon’s middle son and supposedly the most talented artist, Jamal Lyon definitely created some big ripples on and off screen. While the series is boasting more guest celebrities this season, there are many who have experienced the life depicted on Empire in reality.
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Next up to appear on Empire is Vivica A. Fox (Independence Day). The 51 year old actress appeared on the show Watch What Happens: Live. During the show Andy Cohen asked Vivica about her thoughts on 50 Cent blaming the season ratings dip on gay stuff.
Vivica’s answer surprised everyone when she said, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I'm saying. The other guest Kandi Buruss from The Real Housewives of Atlanta responded saying that was some tea! That was shade. That was major shade.
Andy then came straight out to ask Vivica if 50 Cent could be gay. Vivica replied that he was nor and they had a great time. She also created major doubts in her own statement by saying that 50 Cent seems like he's got something that's not quite clear.
She also brought up a Vibe cover with 50 Cent and Soulja Boy that raised flags for her back in 2010. 2010 XXL magazine cover featuring her 40-year-old ex-boyfriend and rapper Soulja Boy, 25. She commented that the cover looked like a booty snatcher to her.
Shortly after Vivica made these statements, both the persons involved slam Fox in their Instagram posts. First Soulja Boy who had also been driven into the discussion respond to Fox comments.
He took to his Instagram when he posted with a recent picture of Vivica, "Everybody hit up this cougar..she's single & ready to mingle ...1-800-GrannyDesperateForAttention extension I'mWashedUp."
50 Cent went to Instagram to set the record straight. He wrote “Oh No!!! Now she things I'm gay because I let her lick my Ass. LMAO. Wait, I didn't want her to, she forced me, my hands were tied. 50 Shades of Grey."
Both the rappers had witty and strange replies. Rumours that 50 Cent does not completely support Empire began back in October. The rapper shared (then deleted) a page called @industryonblast_ that said the Fox show's ratings fell because of too many celebrity cameos and "gay" plots.
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50 Cent's rep later issued a statement: "Mr. Jackson [50 Cent] reposted something on Instagram that originated from a blog in relation to the decrease in Empire's ratings. When he realized there was additional content in the blog post that he did not agree with, he immediately deleted the post as that is not a reflection of his views at all."