Hey, if he can get on the [article id="1622984"]same stage with his D-Block rivals[/article], 50 Cent can share the screen with former love interest Vivica A. Fox. The actress appears in [article id="1625867"]50's new video for "Do You Think About Me."[/article] In the clip, a distraught, crying Fox might literally blow up the spot if you mess with her emotions.
In the video, Fox walks in a restaurant and sees Fif with his new girl, actress Tamala Jones. Vivica's character goes into a tizzy, slashing tires, stabbing voodoo dolls of the G-Unit General and, at the end, bringing C-4 to his door. Throughout the video, we also see real photos of the two when they were together as a couple, including during the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.
50 said the treatment for the video was inspired by watching Martin Lawrence in "A Thin Line Between Love and Hate."
"I actually wanna write a sorta 'Thin Line Between Love and Hate' — a piece that kind of has that energy that the film with Martin Lawrence had to it," Fif said. "You know, of course they were happy in the beginning. [Then] she only sees what she wants. She was so angry, she could hurt him."
Last month, 50 also told MTV News that the song was written after analyzing past relationships.
"So many people are gonna identify with it," Fif told us about the single, his favorite on the album. "The 55 percent of people that have been married and divorced are gonna identify with it.
"I was writing about the difference of how it felt when it was only about money, once it got down to me dealing with the child-support situation," he continued. "The friendship we had was forgotten. I believe people invest in each other, and it's never even when you're in a relationship. One person is loving harder than the other. When the expectations aren't being met, they kinda resent the other party. A lot of times they don't go from being boyfriend and girlfriend or to getting engaged or being married back to being friends. They kinda gotta part ways from each other because one still has feelings and one is ready to move on."