Vivica A. Fox Is Sorry For Her Comments About Gay Men Attending Her Male Revue

Raffy Ermac

After some controversy late last week, actress Vivica A. Fox is apologizing for homophobic comments she made regarding gay men possibly attending her all-male revue. 

During an appearance on The Breakfast Club radio program while promoting her Lifetime show Black Magic, which goes behind the scenes as she prepares to launch a male strip show in Vegas, Fox was asked by a host if her male dancers would dance for gay men. 

"Hell no," she responded. "Back all that up."

When pressed further about why the dancers wouldn't dance and strip for gay men, she continued saying: "There's no need to. They dance for women. It's called 'the ultimate girl's night out' for a reason." 

Well, after some expected internet backlash, Fox took to Twitter to apologize to people directly who rightfully had concerns about her antigay remarks. 

"Not my intention to offend and I'm woman enough to apologize!" she told one Twitter user. 

"Sorry u feel that way as I've been a FRIEND n supporter of the LGBT community for years and never meant to offend anyone n I apologized!" she told another. 

She rounded out another Tweet by saying "#VivicasBlackMagic is 4 ALL to enjoy the juicyness." 

While we (and her Black Magic producer) wish comments like that were never made in the first place, it's nice to see Fox apologizing and owning up to her actions. 

h/t: NewNowNext


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