Julia Fox is opening up in regards to the night time she met Kanye West for the primary time in particular person. In her memoir, Down the Drain, Julia, 33, reveals the second she and the “Runaway” rapper, 46, locked eyes on the dance ground. After their passionate first encounter, Julia admits she knew that this was “the start of one thing really particular.”
Nevertheless, issues took a weird flip when Kanye led Julia exterior to the parking zone the place some youngsters have been hanging out. “The artist begins peeing on the wall and I shortly soar in entrance of him. ‘You higher not take any footage!’ I yell on the boys, who have already got their telephones of their arms,” the actress writes.
Julia continues, “As soon as he zips his pants again up, he places his arms round me and pulls me in shut, kissing me passionately. He doesn’t care in regards to the boys within the parking zone or the truth that at any second somebody might take an image of us.”
After their kiss, Julia says that Kanye instructed her that she made him really feel like her “highschool girlfriend.” The subsequent day, Julia spent the day with Kanye enjoying UNO and stress-free. At dinner, he requested her to be his girlfriend. Julia reveals that she “immediately burst out laughing” at his query. He adopted up by asking Julia to go public with their relationship after at some point.
After they obtained again to New York, Kanye took Julia again to his resort suite to attempt on racks and racks of garments. After attempting on a high, Julia remarked to the rapper that she couldn’t put on this garment and not using a bra. “I’ll get you a boob job if you need,” Kanye responded, in line with Julia.
The Uncut Gems star refused his provide. Nevertheless, she writes that “his phrases persist with me like a chunk of lint on my garments, and I can’t shake off this uncomfortable feeling.”
Julia and Kanye’s relationship was temporary. They solely dated for just a few months in 2022 after his high-profile break up from Kim Kardashian. “I believed in the end I’d be serving to a precarious state of affairs, however I realized in a short time that I used to be being weaponized,” Julia instructed The Los Angeles Times. “I simply felt like his little puppet.” Julia’s memoir, Down the Drain, is offered now.