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Vivica A. Fox Corners 'RHOA' Kenya Moore For 'The Whole Engagement Thingy'

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Don’t get in the way of these two.

Vivica A. Fox wants Kenya Moore to stop with the publicity stunts. Fox, the Independence Day star and who also appeared on Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday, believes her fake engagement was another way to get the spotlight focused on herself again, and now Fox has some life advice to share with the former beauty queen.

“About the whole engagement thingy… yet another stunt, and I wish she would stop,” Fox said. “Kenya, you are a beautiful girl: You do not have to do these stunts, and I wish you would stop.”

When the former beauty queen’s Millionaire Matchmaker boyfriend gave her an engagement ring, Moore created a firestorm about the situation when she found out he was really married. But it was just another publicity stunt, as Radar Online reports. She took to Instagram to blow up the situation in the media’s face.

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The tension between these two has been a long-standing problem since Celebrity Apprentice, when Fox said Real Housewives Of Atlanta Moore used her iPhone to tweet degrading messages.

“If we could sit down and have a face-to-face talk… absolutely I would—I will forgive her, but I will never forget,” Fox said.

But what really added fuel to their fiery relationship happened in March when Kenya dished on her opinion on how Vivica became famous, which enraged Fox.

“The thing that kills me the most with Kenya, that she said, ‘Vivica has built her career on being ghetto’—I beg to differ,” Fox said. “I built my career on working with Oscar winners—from Jamie Foxx, to George Clooney, to Anne Hathaway.”

“I haven’t built my career on being ghetto and classless, but if you need me to get ghetto and set it off on you, I will—I’m not punk, I’m not to be taken lightly.”

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