Julia Fox backtracks after saying Kanye West’s posts are ‘harmless’
She didn’t have all the facts. Julia Fox withdraws its assertions that Kanye West is ‘harmless’ like his drama with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian keep making waves.
“I want to point out that I had not seen the latest Instagram posts at the time of this video,” Fox, 32, said in an Instagram post deleted since Sunday, March 20, TMZ reports. “Believe it or not, I have a life and a son, and I don’t have Google Alerts for this man!”
the Uncut Gems The star further clarified, adding, “I thought that question was referring to the music video,” referring to his “Eazy” clips.
In the original version, released the same day, a judge ruled Kardashian, 41, legally single earlier this month, West, 44, tortures and decapitates a Claymation effigy of pete davidsonwho began dating the KKW Beauty founder in late 2021. A different version later featured a blurred cartoon version of Davidson being attacked while wearing a sweatshirt that read “Skete.”
The “Power” rapper apparently addressed the controversy a few days later. “Art is therapy and so is this view,” he captioned an illustration of a burning church via instagram March 6. “Art is protected like freedom of expression. Art inspires and simplifies the world. Art is not a substitute for evil or evil. Any other suggestions regarding my art are false and ill-intentioned.
The actress, who dated West for just over a month earlier this year, defended the entertainer. “No! No no No. Kanye is harmless,” Fox told TMZ on Thursday, March 17, when asked about his intentions. “I just think it’s his artistic creative expression.”
She added, “I know it’s aggressive, but I think if it really came down to that, I don’t think Kanye would hurt a fly.”
Fox claims she didn’t see his racial slurs against Trevor Noah, which angered West by raising questions about whether the former couple’s relationship is abusive. Kardashian filed for divorce in February 2021 after nearly seven years of marriage, and the Grammy winner has since taken to social media to frequently complain about co-parenting, attack Davidson and claim he wants Kardashian back. . West and the Skims founder share four children, North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2.
“What [Kardashian is] crossing is terrifying to watch, and it highlights what so many women go through when they choose to leave,” Noah said during the Tuesday, March 15, episode of The daily show.
In response, the player creator Stem hurled several racial slurs at Noah and was subsequently banned from Instagram for 24 hours. The Recording Academy has also banned West from performing at the Grammys, which the South African native will host, a source confirmed to We Weekly Saturday March 19. The comedian responded by saying he only wanted to “advise Kanye, not cancel Kanye.”
Fox acknowledged in his now-deleted Instagram comment on Sunday that saying “no comment” also has its downsides. “Yeah, I just couldn’t answer the questions, but then it would be ‘Julia’s crazy, she’s salty’ etc. and I’m not!” the “Forbidden Fruits” podcast host explained. “It’s a real catch 22 so please stop F’n asking me!”
She would also prefer a little less attention on herself, adding, “I wish I had the answers, but I don’t. I would like to remain an Indie Queen. Ordinary life is not for me.
Fox and West called it quits in February after their whirlwind relationship began in late December 2021.