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Vivica A. Fox doubles down, accuses people of trying to “steal her joy”

Vivica A. Fox has responded to our story about the comments she made on a morning radio show earlier today… by doubling down.

Just to recap: the D-lister was promoting her new reality show, Black Magic, which follows her around as she prepares to launch an exotic, all-male dance revue in Las Vegas, when she was asked whether gay men would be allowed in the audience.

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“Aw, hell no,” Vivica was quick to reply. “Back all that up. No! NO!” She added that there was “no need” for gay men to be there because this was a ladies-only affair. “It’s called the ultimate girls night out for a reason,” she said.

Naturally, people didn’t respond well to the comments. But apparently, Vivica doesn’t give a damn. This afternoon she tweeted:

Then she said “folks” (we can only assume she means “gay folks”) were blowing things out of proportion:

She followed that a short while later by saying:

When someone specifically sent her our article and asked for clarification on her comments, she replied:

In other words: Our initial interpretation of her remarks was correct. She doesn’t want gay people there; however, she welcomes them to still tune into her TV show. Just don’t come to the actual live show in Vegas.

We think we’ll pass. Thanks, though.

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