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50 Cent Has Had a Change of Heart About Vivica Fox's New Book That Talks About Their Sex Life [Video]

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Vivica Fox admitted in a new interview with “Build” that 50 Cent is “still the love of her life.” The actress, producer now author, shared the details while promoting her new book “Everyday I’m Hustling.”

She continued, ” In my heart I always still loved him. I will always have a special place in my heart for him.” Fox said she wrote the book to talk about her life and address a lot of the misconceptions about her public relationship with 50 after last years dust-up between the former lovers.

Fox claimed she didn’t start the book to expose 50 or to start a war with the rapper.  “I didn’t write the lesson to start a feud with him, we have peace.” “Now I’m at a place in my career, I can have a professional relationship with him, there’s no beef.”

50 Cent initially had a few choice words for the “Set if Off” actress, but has since had a change of heart.  “l don’t care no more it’s cool, but l was mad as a motherfvcker. She could a told me before it came out. #power#theoath.”

Along with her new book, Vivica Fox has a new talk show called “Face the Truth” on CBS . The show is scheduled to air Fall 2018.

6 Inventive Ways Businesses from Facebook to McDonald's Are Helping You Celebrate Valentines [Video]

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Whether you’re in love with love, think that Valentine’s Day is a craven cash grab designed to make single people feel miserable or something in between, it does lend itself to some fun, with many businesses getting into the spirit of the holiday.

So break out the chocolate and check out what companies are doing in the hopes that customers will be their valentine.


TODAY IN HISTORY FOR JANUARY 31ST US Launches First Satellite Into Orbit and More

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Highlights of Today in History: US launches first satellite into orbit; Libyan intelligence officer convicted of Pan Am 103 bombing; US Soldier executed for desertion during World War II; Norman Mailer born; Franz Schubert born.

January 31, 1958:

America enters the Space Age, successfully launching its first satellite into orbit: Explorer One.

It happens just months after the Soviet Union launches Sputnik — the very first satellite into orbit.

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TODAY IN HISTORY FOR JANUARY 24TH Ted Bundy – Thurgood Marshall And More

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Highlights of Today in History: James Marshall finds a gold nugget;Winston Churchill dies;Ted Bundy is executed;Thurgood Marshall dies;John Belushi born.

In northern California, James Marshall finds a gold nugget at Sutter’s Mill — a discovery that sparks the Gold Rush the following year.


In London, former British prime minister Winston Churchill — who led his nation through the dark days of World War II — dies at age 90.


Confessed serial killer Ted Bundy is executed in Florida’s electric chair for the rape and murder of a 12-year-old girl.

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Let your tears water the seeds of your future happiness

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“The stars are brilliant at this time of night
and I wander these streets like a ritual I don’t dare to break
for darling, the times are quite glorious.

I left him by the water’s edge,
still waving long after the ship was gone
and if someone would have screamed my name I wouldn’t have heard for I’ve said goodbye so many times in my short life that farewells are a muscular task and I’ve taught them well.
There’s a place by the side of the railway near the lake where I grew up and I used to go there to burry things and start anew.
I used to go there to say goodbye.
I was young and did not know many people but I had hidden things inside that I never dared to show and in silence I tried to kill them,
one way or the other,
leaving sin on my body
scrubbing tears off with salt
and I built my rituals in farewells.
Endings I still cling to.

So I go to the ocean to say goodbye.

He left that morning, the last words still echoing in my head
and though he said he’d come back one day I know a broken promise from a right one
for I have used them myself and there is no coming back.
Minds like ours are can’t be tamed and the price for freedom is the price we pay.

I turned away from the ocean
as not to fall for its plea
for it used to seduce and consume me
and there was this one night
a few years back and I was not yet accustomed to farewells
and just like now I stood waving long after the ship was gone.
But I was younger then and easily fooled
and the ocean was deep and dark and blue
and I took my shoes off to let the water freeze my bones.
I waded until I could no longer walk and it was too cold to swim but still I kept on walking at the bottom of the sea for I could not tell the difference between the ocean and the lack of someone I loved and I had not yet learned how the task of moving on is as necessary as survival.

Then days passed by and I spent them with my work
and now I’m writing letters I will never dare to send.
But there is this one day every year or so
when the burden gets too heavy
and I collect my belongings I no longer need
and make my way to the ocean to burn and drown and start anew
and it is quite wonderful, setting fire to my chains and flames on written words
and I stand there, starring deep into the heat until they’re all gone.
Nothing left to hold me back.

You kissed me that morning as if you’d never done it before and never would again and now I write another letter that I will never dare to send, collecting memories of loss
like chains wrapped around my veins,
and if you see a fire from the shore tonight
it’s my chains going up in flames.

The time of moon i quite glorious.
We could have been so glorious.”
Charlotte Eriksson


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