During a promotional run for her new book, Every Day, I'm Hustling, Fox stopped by the Wendy William Show where she discussed her romance with rapper, as well as the tumultuous relationship following their 2004 split.
The actress insists she no longer has an issue with 50 and that the book, which includes a section about the G-Unit boss, was not intended to cause any more beef.
"Last year there was definitely some misconceptions that were out about our relationship. And at the time I was writing the book, and it was before we made peace. And I just wanted to clarify," she told Wendy Williams.
"I did not write this book to get into a feud with him. We're good, and we always will be good."
In one of the chapters, Fox rates her sexual relationship with 50 as "PG-13" ; however, she told Wendy that this portion of the book was misconstrued and that she was usually the one who initiated sex with 50.
"I was very attracted to him—still am," Fox admitted. "See that's what a grown woman does: She owns it."
When asked if she would ever consider getting back with 50, Fox seemed surprisingly open to the idea.
"We could start as friends and who knows? Never say never," she said. "He was a gentleman. He was a rockstar gentleman. I was very much in love with him […] I think the reason that it's haunted me for such a long time is I found out later he wanted to propose to me."
Though Fox claimed she and 50 have since buried the hatchet, the 42-year-old rapper didn't seem too pleased about being discussed on the Wendy Williams Show. He recently shared an Instagram post of a screenshot of the interview, along with the caption: "What the fuck is going on here man Damn. Smh. Get the strappp NOW!"