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Vivica A. Fox Says Her 'Black Magic' Strippers Don't Dance For Gay Men

You know, Vivica, we were rooting for you. When I received my invitation to attend the live performance and launch party for your Lifetime series Vivica's Black Magic, I was definitely rooting for you. What gay man can't appreciate an all-male stripper revue? 

I actually didn't mind that your series is tagged as "The Ultimate Girls' Night"--after all, you and your team had actively been pursuing coverage from the gay press (and again, you invited me to your launch party) so clearly you wanted support from the gay audience. 

Guess I was wrong. Here you are on The Breakfast Club making it very clear that you don't want a gay audience and that your male revue explicitly doesn't perform for the gays:

When asked whether Vivica's Black Magic was “for gay men, too" Vivica responded:

“Aw, hell no. Back all that up. No! No!”

Pressed as to why her dancers wouldn't perform for gay men, Vivica replied, “Because there’s no need to. They dance for women. It’s called the ultimate girls night out for a reason.”

Vivica, could your team stop blowing up my inbox then? 

 

 

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This is why many times I feel gays have to be more reluctant with certain things that are mainly aimed for heterosexual women.

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What gay guy would attend such a profoundly lame event in the first place.  This sort gratuitous sexual titillation is juvenile at best.

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Let's  be honest, how many male reviews do any type of gay parties or clubs. I'm with you Vivica. If it is for women, then let it be for women. That's not homophobic. It's her preference, her group. People need to quit thinking that everything is inclusive or PC because it's not. What gay male reviews perform for women and I'm not talking about those still in the closet!! Do your thing V!!

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I personally don't have a problem with her having  female only male review it is her deliverance when asked a simple question as to whether it would cater to a gay clientele as well. A simple no would have sufficed. Even an explanation as to her dancers sexual orientation and them only feeling comfortable dancing for females would have been okay. The hell no back that shit up comment was not necessary. And she shouldn't be asking gay media to give her and her business publicity if they don't feel comfortable entertaining gay males. 

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I hear what you're saying but I look at it for who she is - an actress. Dramatics are par for the course right, wrong, or indifferent. No one knows what she was thinking or how/why she reacted to the question. Do we say everything correctly or in your words, simply? Another story that is getting blown out of proportion in my opinion. Media loves to feed, and there are plenty of hungry people out there. 

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That's fine. These guys are gross.

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Watch, she is going to try and backtrack.

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