Julia Fox defended her relationship with Kanye West against accusations she's "in it for the money."
The pair have been dating since New Year's Eve and recently took part in an Interview magazine photoshoot.
"It's funny cause I'm getting all of this attention, but I really couldn't care," she said.
Actor Julia Fox has hit back at accusations that she is dating Ye (the artist formerly known as Kanye West) for his money.
Speaking on her podcast "Forbidden Fruits", the "Uncut Gems" star said, "People are like 'Oh, you're only in it for the fame. You're in it for the clout. You're in it for the money.' Honey, I've dated billionaires my entire adult life. Let's keep it real."
Ye has a net worth of approximately $1.8 billion, according to Forbes' most recent estimates. The business magazine reports that Ye's Yeezy brand pulled in an estimated $1.7 billion in sales in 2020.
"It's funny cause I'm getting all of this attention, but I really couldn't care," Fox also said on the podcast, adding that her current intention is to continue creating art and "putting things into the world."
"Watch my movie. Read my book. That is more thrilling to me now than eyes on me. I couldn't care less," she continued.
Fox and Ye have been dating since they met on New Year's Eve and recently conducted an Interview magazine photo shoot together. The photo shoot came after seeing the hit Broadway show, "Slave Play" together.
"After the play, we chose to do dinner at Carbone, which is one of my favorite restaurants. Obviously," Fox wrote for Interview. "At the restaurant, Ye directed an entire photo shoot for me while people dined! The whole restaurant loved it and cheered us on while it was happening."
Fox has said that since dating Ye, she has experienced a "transformation" in her life.
"After meeting him, a couple days later, all my shit was in boxes, gone," she told Interview. "It was so cathartic. It wasn't like I was just packing up my old clothes. It was like I was packing up my old life."
"For someone like me who's such a control freak and always so used to taking care of myself, to just let go and be taken care of is foreign at this point in life," she said. "It was the most instant natural organic attraction and connection. I just feel really safe with him. It's a redemption story."
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