50 Cent is clearing the air about Vivica A. Fox's allegations about getting his salad tossed on the popular Angela Yee's Lip Service podcast.

According to 50, it "happened one time" with the veteran actress. "I don't ask. I don't request this. I don't require this. But if someone is really trying to bring you somewhere you haven't been they start doing different things," he continued to explain.

Fifty also relayed that he thinks Fox was "freestyling" with her remarks about the rapper's sexuality and ended up blurting something she later regretted.

The two exes went at each other in early November after Fox insinuated that Fifty was gay. “He just seems like he’s got something that’s not quite clear," said Fox on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live. After taking a few low blows towards each other over social media, Fifty, surprisingly, took the high road and called it off thus ending the feud.

“I just realized I dated this old piece a s--- 11 years ago, so I’m finished with this," he said.

On Angela Yee's Lip Service, the G-Unit leader shared his insight on relationships and sex. Sometimes he had some good advice ("If you're uncomfortable with who you are then you can't be yourself because that means you've done things that make you not want to be who you are"), and others that were problematic ("That girl is not a woman until she finds pleasure in pleasing a man").

In the end, 50 Cent said that the best gift that a man can give to a woman is friendship. "Be my friend," he stated.

Listen to 50 Cent's Interview on Angela Yee's Lip Service Podcast

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