People Are Seriously Confused By How Julia Fox Says 'Uncut Gems'
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People are discussing the way Julia Fox says Uncut Gems after discussing the film during a podcast.
Speaking to Alexandra Cooper on the Call Her Daddy podcast - via Spotify - Julia was discussing whether she considered herself to be Kanye West's 'muse'. But fans were distracted by her pronunciation of the word 'gems'.
You can watch the clip below:
When asked if she would consider herself Ye's muse, Julia said: "Yeah a little, maybe. I mean I was Josh Safdie's muse when he wrote Uncut Gems. Do you know what I mean? Like things like that. I think people make it seem a little more dramatic than it is.
"It's not like Van Gogh... he just, wants to dress me right now. I think that's kind of what it is."
But listeners were rather distracted, with one person commenting: "When he wrote Uncut GAAAAMMMSSS."
While another said: "Uncut jams ✨."
And a third added: "Why did she say gems like that 😂😭?"
"This is my first time seeing the original video…. I had no idea she was saying uncut 'gems' until now," wrote a fourth.
Julia and Kanye have since split, and earlier this week, the actress took to social media where she mocked reports that she was upset over their break up - which came amidst the rapper's social media posts about ex Kim Kardashian, their children, and Kim's new boyfriend Pete Davidson.
"Y'all would love if I was soooo upset! The media would love to paint a picture of me a sad lonely woman crying on a plane by myself but it's NOT TRUE!!" She wrote.
"Why not see me for what I am which is a #1 hustler. I came up yall lol and not only that but Kanye and I are on good terms! I have love for him but I wasn't in love w the man Jesus Christ what do u guys think I am 12 years old?!"
Kanye meanwhile has issued a lengthy public apology for his behaviour over the past week.
He wrote: "I’ve learned that using all caps makes people feel like I’m screaming at them. I’m working on my communication. I can benefit from a team of creative professionals, organizers, mobilizers and community leaders."
He added: "Thank everybody for supporting me. I know sharing screen shots was jarring and came off as harassing Kim. I take accountability. I’m still learning in real time. I don’t have all the answers. To be good leader is to be a good listener."