The quote read, “I kind of has a strange addiction to hair dryers. Like on the TV show, where they eat toilet paper or eat the wall or something – I’m addicted to hair dryers.”
She’s Been Addicted To Hair Dryers Since She Was 8
“Since I was 8 years old, I’ve used them to fall asleep. I love the white noise. I love the heat. It just puts me right to sleep. – Julia Fox,” the quote concluded. Written over the top of the quote was, “She is me, I am her.”
In recent weeks, the “Uncut Gems” actress has been going wild on social media. She revealed the real reason WHY she dated Kanye West last week.
Fox took to TikTok on Monday, November 21st, to share some free tea.
“Ok. Since I was just gonna write about it in my book… I’ll just tell you guys for free. First of all, the man was being normal around me, and not only that, the Kardashians when I had a fashion line 10 years ago, actually bought my clothes and sold them in their stores. So, I’ve always had a love for Kim, especially, even Kourtney, especially. The ‘big three,’ those are my girls,” she said. “So, by the time me and he got together, he hadn’t been doing anything like out there yet. But, I remember just being like… he was texting me, I wasn’t really answering. I was like, I don’t really want to hook up with a celebrity again. Like nothing ever comes of it. They’re kind of boring, they’re not what you think they’re gonna be like.”
Julia Fox Dated Kanye West As A Favor To Kim Kardashian’s Sanity
According to Fox, Kanye was persistent in texting her and even “yelled” at her about texting etiquette. “But he kept going and going and he was like, ‘You have bad text etiquette,’ and I was like, ‘Oh my god, Kanye’s yelling at me,’” Fox recalled. “But then I had this thought… I was like, ‘Maybe I can get him off of Kim’s case. I can distract him, just get him to like me.’”
Fox claimed her ability to divert Kanye’s attention away from Kim.
“I knew if anyone could do it, it’s me because when I set my mind to something I do it,” she said. “That month that we were together he wasn’t on Twitter, he wasn’t on any form of social media. He didn’t even really talk about his relationship. We really only talked about clothes and weird ideas, plans for the future and our hopes and dreams for childhood and education. It was really beautiful guys. The moment he started tweeting, I was out.”
According to Fox, it was her decision to end the relationship; however, before they broke up in February, she tried to support his mental health. “I was delusional, I thought I could help him and now we’re here,” Fox explained.