Vivica A. Fox was the special guest on The Breakfast Club for Friday (January 6), off the heels of a much-talked about appearance on The Wendy Williams Show where she shared that she'll always love her ex-boyfriend-turned-social media-rival 50 Cent.
But 50 was the last topic of conversation. First, Vivica turned up the heat in the studio by bringing two exotic dancers, Penetration and Heat, who are featured on her new reality show, Vivica's Black Magic. Vivica talked about getting her Magic Mike on and creating a male revue for black women, similar to the long-running Chippendales and Thunder From Down Under. Vivica and Angela Yee shared an enlightened conversation about male exotic dance culture, and Heat even treated Yee to a (brief) belated birthday dance. Not to be outdone, his colleague Penetration showed off some stage tricks that left Yee blushing.
"I respect it though 'cause guys do this type of stuff all the time, so it's good to see a woman taking charge and pimpin' some of these men, too," Charlamagne said of Vivica's hustle.
The crew went on to discuss some of Vivica's career-defining work, such as the 20th anniversary of the film Set It Off, and the return of the comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm.
But the show ended, of course, by coming back to Fif. Envy congratulated Vivica for squashing their beef, which seemingly made her emotional all over again. "It's crazy, 'cause... (heavy sigh) that one there, like I said, I'll always have love for him, and I hated that it had to go left, but the thing for me is that, you know, when he was attacking my Empire family. Ya'll know me, I'm always real, and I had to stand up for my family."
"He would've been a good exotic dancer, too," Yee offered shortly after, but in a move that showed the petty wasn't entirely behind her, Vivica quickly interjected, "In his heyday!"
Watch the full interview above, including the part where Charlamagne asks Vivica to debunk a rumor about her and 50's sex life.