50 Cent and his ex-girlfriend Vivica A. Fox have finally put an end to their long running feud. Fox revealed the news during an appearance on The Wendy Williams Show. The actress said the two squared things away at a New York Knicks game on Jan. 2.

“It is so time for this to be over with as far as beefing back and forth,” Fox told Williams. “I walked over to him and I said, ‘Happy New Year.’ Someone has to be the bigger person, so I walked over to him and we sat, I gave him a hug, we talked for a few minutes and that was that."

Fox also told Williams she still has love for 50. Despite all their ups and downs, Fox called 50 her "true love," but noted that they were not meant to be together.

"I will always have love for him," she said. "As much as we’ve been through, I will always have love for him. He was literally like my true love. I hated to have to beef with him, but I ain’t gon’ let nobody mess with me, I ain’t no punk. And y’all know that. I told him last night that ‘I’ll always love you. We’re not meant to be together, but I’ll always have love for you.’”

50 has been willing to squash some of his famous beefs of late, including his much publicized rivalry with The Game. The former collaborators had a reconciliation back in August.

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