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Here is what Vivica Fox has to say about her knifed up appearance in Upscale magazine:

Will you ever address the rumors of plastic surgery?

I feel like I have already addressed that back in the day. I just hate that I admitted to it and people will say on the Internet that I don’t look the same, “Oh, she is so plastic surgeried.” I don’t look like some freak. I still look like Vivica Fox. Stop it with that! I am in a business where I get paid to look good, but I’m very proud to have African-American features. I have not changed my nose! Yeah, I have experimented with it, but no, I’m not doing any more of that plastic surgery crap. I’m not the first or the only one, but I’m the idiot that admitted to it. Now everyone says, “That is her whole look.” I take care of myself.

How do you feel about the new Internet culture where you are being watched every minute?

I think it is ridiculous. I think it is toxic. I think it is such a negative force of people that spread lies and rumors. It is no longer fun being a celebrity anymore. You can’t even go to the grocery store or get a Starbucks, or have a bad hair day or just be human without somebody having to judge and watching your every move. That is the part that I can’t stand about the Internet, that there is no longer privacy and our privacy is invaded at any single moment. At any single moment a stranger can make up something about you. It bothers the living daylights out of me that people look more towards the negative than the positive. I have thick skin and I know it’s nothing but the haters.

That’s some serious denial right there. Poor thang.

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