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Vivica A. Fox Says She's Open to Dating 50 Cent Again: 'Never Say Never'

50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox
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50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox during the pre-show interviews on the MTV News Platform at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 28, 2003.

Though 50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox had a fiery romance during the early 2000s, things quickly simmered down and at one point, even got contentious between the ex-lovers. Now, Fox is ready to let bygones be bygones, admitting to Wendy Williams on Tuesday (April 10) that she would be open to dating her former beau. 

"We would start as friends," Fox said on the Wendy Williams Show, after being asked if she would consider dating the G-Unit MC again. "We can start as friends and who knows?" Later, she punctuated her previous statements by saying, "Never say never." Earlier this month, Fox released her new book, Every Day I'm Hustling. In one of the chapters, Fox details her relationship with 50, and even dubs their past sexual encounters as "PG-13." 

Though the two quarreled on social media over the last several years, Fox acknowledged at one point that they were once "very much" in love.

"Last year there was definitely some misconceptions that were out about our relationship," Fox conveyed to Williams. "And at the time I was writing the book, and it was before we made peace... And I just wanted to clarify." Fox even admitted to still being attracted to him, despite their past skirmishes.

"I was very attracted to him, still am," she said. "I think the reason that it's haunted me for such a long time is I found out later that he wanted to propose to me." 

Watch Fox's interview with Williams below. 

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