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Here's What 50 Cent Thinks of Ex-Girlfriend Vivica A. Fox Calling Him the 'Love of My Life'

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.

50 Cent has had famous ex-girlfriends gush about him after their splits, with Vivica A. Fox being the most recent. The actress, who in the past has traded barbs with the recording artist born Curtis Jackson, revealed during a new interview with VladTV that the rapper is "the love of my life."

Though the "Part of the Game" rapper has long since moved on from their 2003 romance, he's all good with how the Independence Day actress feels about him now. "I'm never bothered by when she says that," he told Kris Kaylin in a new interview. "At the time that we actually connected with each other, we were unconscious of everything else."

As for why they split, 50 shared that the publicity surrounding their relationship led to its doom. "She'll always say -- if you listen to her -- [the relationship] would've been private," he explained. "It got so uncomfortable with everybody else -- when you get pushed and pulled in different directions without it even being her decision. Her publicist would say, 'Do this.' This person, 'Do this.' And then you go, 'All right. This is not the right thing."

In Fox's interview, in addition admitting how she feels about the rapper, she shared that he once got so mad at her, he turned what would've been a 12-carat engagement ring into a pair of earrings instead, which 50 confirmed in his own chat. She also divulged, as the rapper noted, that their romance fell apart due to all of the attention they got, and that if she had the chance for a do-over, she would've kept their relationship private for much longer. Fox also went into detail about the split, telling VladTV she learned they were over when he said during a radio interview that they were no longer together.

Watch clips from Fox's interview and 50's response (which starts at about the 18-minute mark):