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Vivica A. Fox penning tell-all memoir

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Vivica A. Fox penning tell-all memoir

Vivica A. Fox looks set to dish the dirt on her relationship with ex-boyfriend 50 Cent in a new memoir.

The 52-year-old beauty and 'In Da Club' rapper dated in 2003 and now Vivica has reportedly signed a deal with St Martin's Press for a tell-all book about surviving break-ups and a detailed look at her career in the hope of inspiring other women.

The American actress was spotted having a meeting with her 'Empire' co-star Taraji P. Henson's literary agent, Albert Lee of Kuhn Projects, at Mr Chow's restaurant in Los Angeles earlier this week, according to The New York Post's PageSix Column.

A source told the publication the book will be "part memoir, part inspirational. The intention is to tell a story to inspire women . . . What she's learned from her career, relationships."

Vivica and 50 cent - whose real name is Curtis Jackson - had a far from perfect relationship and their most recent argument saw the brunette beauty imply the musician is gay whilst appearing on US show 'What Happens Live'in 2015.

Shortly after the televised interview, 50 cent threw shade at his ex on social media.

At the time, he wrote: "Oh No!!!, Now she thinks I'm gay because I let her lick my A**. LMAO. Wait,I didn't want her to,she forced me, my hands were tied. 50 shades of grey (sic)."

However, despite the comments, Vivica says she still holds a "very special" place in her heart for the star.

A year on from their feud, she said: "I will always have a very special place in my heart for him just because at one point I was in love with him, I dated him.

"It was crazy, we only dated for less than six months, but it lasted on and off for years.

"You know sometimes you've dated someone and no matter how much you cared for them, you just know you're not right for each other - and that's OK."