Julia Fox made new claims about dating Kanye West earlier this year in a post on TikTok Monday, November 21. Amid the accusations that the "Uncut Gems" star dated a "violent misogynist and anti-Semite," she said she did it for Kim Kardashian.
Fox seemed to want to give Kim a hand and get rid of West amid their contentious divorce. She wanted to get him off of "The Kardashians" star's back by trying to put his attention on her.
She explained, via Page Six, that she knew she could do it because when she set her mind to something, she would do it. She initially aimed to distract the rapper and get him to like her.
The 32-year-old then revealed that she's a longtime fan of the reality star and her sisters, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian. When she had a fashion line 10 years ago, they bought her clothes and sold them in their Dash stores, resulting in always having a love for the SKIMS founder and her two siblings. She even called them her girls.
From there, Fox revealed that she didn't respond to West's initial romantic advances. She didn't answer his texts, stressing she didn't want to hook up with a celebrity again at the time, calling it boring and nothing even came out of it.
However, when the fashion mogul called her out and even yelled at her for allegedly having "bad etiquette," she decided to go on dates with him to keep him away from Kim. The two dated for a month, from January to February.
At the time, the record producer was banned on Twitter and didn't talk about their relationship. So, they just discussed clothes, weird ideas, plans, and hopes and dreams for childhood education. "It was really beautiful, guys," Fox described.
But when the Yeezy fashion designer started her social media tirades at Kim and her then-boyfriend Pete Davidson, that was when she knew it was time for her to be out. Fox explained that she wouldn't stick around for it. After believing she could help West, he wouldn't take any.
West's hateful rants weren't only focused on his family but also received backlash due to his anti-Semitic comments. His series of offensive tweets were even followed by a controversial appearance at Paris fashion week, wearing a T-shirt that read "White Lives Matter," which was attributed to white supremacists, with another controversial figure, Candace Owens.