During a guest appearance in early February on the relationship-based podcast "Call Her Daddy" host Alexandra Cooper asked Fox whether she considered herself to be West's "muse."
"Yeah, a little maybe," Fox replied as Cooper then asked the New York socialite was a "muse" is.
To which Fox referenced her casting in the 2019 Safdie brothers film: "I mean, I was Josh Safdie's muse when he wrote 'Uncut Gems.'"
Fox's character Julia De Fiore is based on herself after the Safdie brothers met Fox back in the early 2010s. The role was so similar in fact when the film script was sent to Fox asking her to play the part, her first question was: “Have you been spying on me?”
“There were a lot of similarities,” Fox told The Guardian in 2020. “Even in the character description, I was kind of like: ‘This is a little familiar.’ It was pretty spot-on.”
While this may be true, people were more distracted by something else in the clip and couldn't help but point out Fox's pronunciation of Uncut Gems which sounded more like "unca jams," “uncaht gahms" or "uncut gaams."
Another TikToker Danielle Glanz (@danielleglanz) also couldn't get the clip out of her head nor stop doing an impression of it as she demonstrated in a video and wrote: how its "the only word I've said for the past 72 hours."
Pretty Little Liars and You star, Shay Mitchell said she "had to" do a parody of her own and sported a special Julia Fox TikTok eye filter that replicates the heavy eyeliner she hit headline with last month.