Vivica A. Fox Trolled by 50 Cent for Appearing in Movie Entitled ‘First Lady of BMF’

by Xara Aziz
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It seems the Vivica A. Fox and 50 Cent saga will never end.

On Thursday, the Queens rapper trolled Fox for appearing in an upcoming movie called First Lady of BMF: The Tonesa Welch Story.

In a screenshot he shared on his Instagram page, the Get Rich or Die Trying star wrote in the caption “What the fvck is this man! Vivica ugh, So your not gonna ever leave me alone hun?…and what the fvck is judge Mathis doing in this mix,” adding the shocked emoji. “I’m done, Im done with all of you ni**as. LOL.”

First Lady Of BMF: The Tonesa Welch Story has been slated to air on BET+ and tells the true-life story of Tonesa Welch, a Detroit native who was heavily involved in the Black Mafia Family. The movie also features Lala Anthony who plays Markisha Taylor, a 26-year-old who is accused of being a pedophile for being romantically linked with a 17-year-old named Terry.

But the character Lala plays doesn’t appear to be happy with the way she is portrayed in the film. In an Instagram post, she wrote “this is what happens when you hire the wrong representative,” adding that “please no more DM’s don’t ask me why I can’t explain it,” she wrote. “But half y’all believe this sick shtt. Markisha character is shown in bad likeness I don’t agree with the timeline or the character traits. This show pretends it’s not me but everybody in Detroit or half the country know it’s me. Who else work at the insurance company?”

Deadline first reported that the movie was green-lit and scheduled to air on BET+.

First featured as part of the BET+ hit unscripted series American Gangster: Trap Queens, a true crime series detailing the criminal chronicles of some of America’s most notorious female gangsters, Tonesa Welch’s story reignited interest in the history of the Black Mafia Family,” the publication wrote. “Currently, key aspects of her life make up the main storyline in Season 2 of the hit Starz series, BMF, with LaLa Anthony portraying the character inspired by Welch, MarKaisha Taylor.”

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