Vivica A. Fox writes that she had no intention of discussing her relationship with 50 Cent in her upcoming self-help book “Every Day, I’m Hustling,” but felt compelled to since the “In Da Club” rapper has reportedly invented stories about her repeatedly.
The 53-year-old “Empire” star says Fitty wooed her and they had amazing chemistry although he was more focused on his career than on sex.
“Most of the time, I would be the one initiating sex, because I really enjoyed making love with him,” writes Fox, who also describes their sessions as PG-13 but “cherished and special.”
Fox later found out that the rapper had been ready to propose to her during a trip to Monaco, where the pair was taking part in the World Music Awards in 2003. Fitty had planned to rent out a theater in Monte Carlo, show a print of “Kill Bill, Vol. 1” — in which she starred — and then propose at the end with a 14-carat diamond ring. He nixed it when he felt Fox had hogged the spotlight by signing as the show’s host.
Vivica A. Fox’s self-help book “Everyday I’m Hustling” comes out next month.
“She was so busy, and then she and Daryl had that blonde competition thing going on,” Fox writes, noting that she refused to get pulled into the drama and declined to take sides.
One day, Tarantino berated the leading ladies — who also included Lucy Liu — and Fox lost her temper. Thurman calmed her down by explaining that was the way the “Pulp Fiction” director worked and warned her: “Learn to attack intelligently, Vivica. Because he’s got the power to fire you.”
Fox also writes about her big break in 1996’s blockbuster “Independence Day” opposite Will Smith. At the premiere, director Roland Emmerich revealed that if Fox hadn’t done a good job on the first day of filming, she was to be unceremoniously fired.
The book is peppered with life lessons and chapter headings like “Knock on Success’s Door, Honey. Hell, Kick It in” and “The Devil Is Fine and That’s How He Gets You.” It comes out April 3.
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