Kanye's ex Julia Fox comes out on TikTok: 'So sorry boys'

Actress reveals she is gay in a video clip in which she refers to a post about lesbians and their boyfriends; 'Hey, that was me,' she says

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Julia Fox comes out as gay

Actress Julia Fox, 34, known for her brief relationship with Kanye West, revealed she is a lesbian in a video she posted on TikTok on Monday responding to a post about lesbians dating men. "I love when I see a lesbian with their boyfriend. It's like 'Aww, you hate that man. You literally hate him," @emgwaciedawgie posted.
After sharing the post, Fox that appears in the video walking down what appears to be a New York City street, wearing shades. "Hey, that was me. I was that lesbian. So sorry, boys. Won't happen again," she says.
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Julia Fox
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Fox's response garnered likes and messages of support, with fans expressing their excitement for her. "I'm so happy for you," wrote one follower, while another added, "This filled my heart."
Julia and Kanye dated for about two months in early 2022. Kanye reportedly got her phone number through a friend and persistently called her. He later chartered a private jet to fly her to Miami to meet him at a club. The pair seemed smitten, spending the next 60 days traveling together, including a notable appearance in Paris where they were photographed in matching black leather outfits.
However, their relationship soon ended. According to Julia's memoir, she believed Kanye was using her in a "sick, twisted game," prompting her to break up with him via text.
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Julia Fox and Kanye West
Julia Fox and Kanye West
Julia Fox and Kanye West
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Julia was previously married to pilot Peter Artemiev, whom she divorced in 2020 after two years of marriage. They have a 3-year-old son, Valentino.
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