Vivica A. Fox would like it known: Her new male-stripper revue won’t be dropping trou for guys.
Fox, who recently branched out from acting to launch an exotic male revue, shot down the idea of her hearty band of ecdysiasts performing for gay men while appearing on Power 105.1 radio show “The Breakfast Club” on Friday.
“Hell no,” the actress/entrepreneur said, when asked if her troupe would take if off for male clientele. “Back all that up.”
Asked to elaborate on why they wouldn’t do so, Fox replied, “Because there’s no need to; they dance for women. It’s called the ultimate girls’ night out for a reason.”
Fox, who formerly dated rapper 50 Cent, has a history of eyebrow-raising comments on the topic of gay men. The actress, whose stripper-revue endeavor is being chronicled on the Lifetime series “Vivica’s Black Magic,” questioned her former beau’s sexuality during a 2015 appearance on “Watch What Happens Live.” When host Andy Cohen asked Fox about 50 Cent sharing a blog post saying that the season two ratings of “Empire” dipped because of too much “gay stuff,” Fox replied, “First of all, you know the pot called the kettle black is all I’m saying.”
While Fox did elaborate to Cohen that the rapper isn’t gay, she did add, “He just seems like he’s got something that’s not quite clear.”
Watch Fox’s appearance on “The Breakfast Club” below.