Vivica A. Fox has been too busy with her “legitimate career” to make up with Kenya Moore. Not our words people, those are hers. Fox threw that shade at Moore, and her illegitimate career as a reality star while on the Wendy Williams Show Wednesday morning.
When asked how she got her re-curring role on Empire, Fox stated that creator Lee Daniels saw her memorable boardroom showdown with “that toxic trick” (her words again, not ours) while the two were competing on Celebrity Apprentice. Fox stated that Daniels then reached out to have her on the show.
Wendy of course, couldn’t help herself, and asked about Moore specifically, and if the two had spoken since their epic fallout. Fox replied with classy shade and said, “No I haven’t seen her [since the finale], I’m too busy having a legitimate career…and making sure people get paid.”
Well ok Vivica, tell us how you really feel.
Fox, doesn’t totally think reality TV is an illegitimate career however. In fact she’s working on a docu-series about the life of male exotic dancers. She gave Entertainment Tonight, a sneak peak of the series she’s executive producing called Black Magic. And, oh, and she got the idea after starring in the film Chocolate City. Hit the flip to check it out.