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50 Cent Responds to Vivica A. Fox's Comments That Their Sex Life Was 'PG-13 Rated'

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Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson attends the season three premiere of the STARZ drama Power at the SVA Theatre on June 22, 2016 in New York City. 

50 Cent and Vivica A. Fox’s relationship has been rocky since they broke up back in 2003, constantly jabbing at each other through social media or on television appearances.

Most recently, Fox threw some shade at 50 in her upcoming memoir Every Day, I’m Hustling. She noted that their sex life was “PG-13,” noting, “Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love to him.”

The rapper took to Instagram outraged, posting a photo of the New York Daily News article that originally reported the quote with the caption, “I’m waking up to this sh-t, that was 14 years ago. smh who does this? What the f---!”

Just one year ago, the Empire actress told Wendy Williams that she had enough of butting heads with her ex: “I hated to have beef with him, but I let nobody mess with me. I ain’t no punk. I told him, ‘I will always love you. We’re not meant to be together, but I’ll always have love for you.’ ”


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