On Sunday night, Vivica A. Fox appeared on Watch What Happens: Live with Andy Cohen and, according to Billboard, had quite a mouthful to say about her ex 50 Cent and his previous comments about how Empire's drop in ratings was because of "the extra gay stuff" (via The Wrap).

Cohen directly asked Fox to respond to 50 Cent's comments and she quoted the cliche "pot calling the kettle black" in a complete joke-free manner. Kandi Burruss, who appeared next to Fox during the interview, exclaimed what we're all thinking in that moment: "That was some tea! That was major shade!"

And if some healthy doses of tea and shade weren't enough to excite our inner drag queens, Fox's non-verbal response to Cohen's shocked follow-up definitely was: When asked if she meant to insinuate that 50 Cent is gay, Fox simply glared at Cohen/the camera, served up a small hair toss, and punctuated the gesture with a mischievous smirk. Once again, we have to thank Burruss for speaking for us all: "Oh my lord! Please!"

After everyone recovered from Fox's shade, she finally offered an explanation.  She denied the insinuation, asserting how the two had fun together, but how she feels that "it seems like he's got something that's not quite clear." She then referenced a magazine cover 50 Cent did with fellow rapper Soulja Boy, calling the former a "booty snatcher."

In response, Soulja Boy and 50 Cent both took to Instagram to throw their own bit of shade.

Soulja Boy called her a desperate cougar:

And 50 Cent insinuated Fox assaulted him, 50 Shades of Grey-style:  


Although Fox fired back via Twitter saying how she has stories in her vault as well, it remains unclear who officially won the kerfuffle...and if anyone cares who did.