Julia fox and Kanye

Despite the recent antics from Kanye West, Julia Fox say that Kanye West wouldn’t “hurt a fly”.

TMZ caught the “Uncut Gem” Julia Fox who addressed her ex boyfriends commenting about the behavior of Kanye qas to his art.
Julia said “No, no, no, no, Kanye’s harmless. I just think that’s his artistic creative expression,”

Jula Fox told further to the media outlet TMZ saying “I know it’s aggressive, but I think if it really came down to it, I don’t think Kanye would hurt a fly.”

The comments came after the suspension of Kanye West’s Instagram account due to post portraying harassment to Trevor Noah, Pete Davidson and D.L. Hughley.

Although Fox, 32, chalked his comments up to his “creative expression,” she admitted she was not “really sure” whether West was at risk for harming himself.

Julia Fox who is a podcast Co-host for The “Forbidden Fruits” She started dating Kanye earlier this year said she has not spoken to West amit the constant drama.
Kanye started the barrage of attack on Wednesday morning against Pete Davidon with the claim that he was “Really Concerned” that star of the show “Saturday Night Live” would get kim kardashian and chidlren “hooked on Drugs”. He also used a racial slur against the “Daily show” host.

“All in together now… K–n baya my lord k–n baya K–n baya my lord K–n baya Oooo’ lord K–n baya,” West captioned a screenshot of a Google search result describing Noah as a “South African comedian.”

West was mocking Noah by using the offensive “k–n” slur to replace the original lyrics in “Kumbaya.”



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The offensive post was shared by Kanye West in response to the comedian discussing his dynamic with Kardashian, 41, and Davidson on “The Daily Show.”
Trevor Noah said on his comedy Central Series saying “What [Kardashian is] going through is terrifying to watch, and it shines a spotlight on what so many women go through when they choose to leave,” he further added commenting about the society behavior “As a society, we have to ask ourselves questions. Do we wish to stand by and watch a car crash when we thought we saw it coming?”