• Julia Fox responded to claims she was "tearful" at Los Angeles International Airport after breaking up with Kanye West
  • She said she hasn't "cried since 1997" and "wouldn't cry" over a breakup
  • Fox also revealed that she still keeps up with Kim Kardashian's Instagram uploads

Julia Fox is setting the record straight.

On Monday, the "Uncut Gems" actress, 32, responded to a Daily Mail report claiming that she was "tearful" at Los Angeles International Airport after breaking up with Kanye West amid the rapper's public pleas to win back estranged wife Kim Kardashian, Us Weekly reported.

Fox denied the claims in a since-deleted Instagram Story post, saying, "I haven't cried since 1997, and I especially wouldn't cry over THIS!!"

"If anything, I've been laughing more than before, and if I look like s–t, it's [because] I got out at terminal 1 and ran on foot to terminal 7 'cause I was f–kin' late for a plane to go see the only men that matter, which [are] my son and my dad," added the actress, who shares 1-year-old son Valentino with ex Peter Artemiev.

Fox also shared a clip of her arrival at LAX airport in another post on her Instagram Story. In the video, the actress, who wore a black turtleneck top, matching flared pants and an oversized blue bomber jacket, was asked by the man behind the camera how she was doing, and she responded, "Fine."

"Crying where @dailymail," Fox wrote in the caption.

In the comments section of a Hollywood Unlocked Instagram post about her statement, Fox added that she still keeps up with Kardashian's Instagram uploads.

"And just for the record, I never stopped liking Kim's posts," Fox wrote.

A rep for Fox confirmed to Page Six Monday that she and West "are no longer together" after about six weeks of dating.

However, the two "remain good friends and collaborators," the rep added.

Fox initially sparked split rumors earlier this month when she deleted her photos with West from her Instagram account days after the Grammy winner threw her a lavish birthday bash in New York City. She also unfollowed Kardashian fan accounts.

At the time, a source close to Fox denied that her social media activities had anything to do with the status of her relationship with West. The unnamed insider told Page Six that Fox deleted the posts because she didn't want to deal with "mean" comments and that the two were still together.

Fox and the Yeezy designer were first romantically linked after they celebrated New Year's together in Miami. Earlier this month, the actress said she wasn't bothered by West's comments about Kardashian and public pleas to reconcile with his estranged wife, who filed for divorce from him in February 2021.

"I'm sure there's still some sort of residual feelings," Fox explained on the "Call Her Daddy" podcast. "It's normal, it's human, but I also know that he's with me now and that's all that matters."

That same day, West shared a series of photos of Kardashian and their children, North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2. "God, please bring our family back together," he captioned the Instagram upload.

West also wrote on Instagram Monday that he has "faith" that he and Kardashian will get "back together" in the future.

"Sometimes people call me crazy, but to be in love is to be crazy about something, and I am crazy about my family. Happy Valentine's," he added.

Kardashian, who recently asked to be declared legally single, has moved on with beau Pete Davidson. She and the "Saturday Night Live" star celebrated her first Valentine's Day together in New York City, where they kissed in public for the first time since rumors of their romance started in October last year.

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HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 11: Julia Fox attends the premiere of A24's "Uncut Gems" at The Dome at Arclight Hollywood on December 11, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Rachel Luna/WireImage