Speaking to TMZ reporters on Wednesday, March 16, the Uncut Gems actress, 33, said her former boyfriend is completely "harmless."
"I just think that's his artistic, creative expression," West's former muse told the outlet. "I know that it's aggressive, but I think if it came down to it, I don't think Kanye would hurt a fly. That's all I have to say."
Fox – who also revealed she hasn't talked to West since they called things off on their short-winded romance last month — was also asked if she believes the shoe designer could be a harm to himself, to which she reportedly responded: "I'm not really sure but I'll give him a call and I'll find out."
Fox's take on the situation comes after the musician was temporarily suspended from Instagram after violating the platform's bullying and harassment policies.
As Radar reported, West is not allowed to comment nor post on the app for 24 hours, and his account will be closely monitored once he's allowed to return.
Instagram's decision to take action against West's unhinged posts comes after he went on a posting spree on Wednesday morning with his usual targeted attacks at Davidson.
However, he took things one step too far this time around, as also bashed TV host Trevor Noah, slamming him with racial slurs in an offensive caption that has since been deleted.
The post directed at Noah came after he addressed Ye's treatment of his ex and her new flame, saying in a "Daily Show" segment: "You may not feel sorry for Kim because she's rich and famous. But what she's going through is terrifying to watch and shines a spotlight on what so many women go through when they choose to leave."
As for the mother of his children, West has been publicly calling out the SKIMS founder for weeks, accusing her of keeping their four kids from him.
Ye has also been trashing the Saturday Night Live comedian — whom he nicknamed "Skete" — and previously released his diss track "Eazy," in which he rapped that he wanted to "beat Pete Davidson's a**."
Continuing on with his tirade, Ye has since released two music videos for the song, which portray animated versions of Davidson getting beat up, kidnapped and buried alive.
During his latest Instagram rant on Wednesday, West claimed to be "really concerned that SKETE will get my kids mom hooked on drugs," before his account was suspended. "He's in rehab every 2 months," the former U.S. presidential candidate added at the time.