"Farrah, Farrah, Farrah," Fox began. "She was in huge denial to be very honest with you, she was pissed at us. And she thought that we had tainted her drug test. I was like, 'Yeah so someone else went and peed in your cup and we just brought it out here.' And so, it was sad."
"And then she said she wanted to fight me so I was like, 'You know I trained for 'Kill Bill' right?'" she continued.
"[Abraham] tried to knock out a water bottle and her thumb was out with the punch. So bad," Fox said appearing to reference an Instagram video the former reality star posted in response to the incident.
The "Two Can Play That Game" star went on to add, "But you know I pray for Farrah and I hope she gets better especially because she's got a young daughter."
If you recall, the former "Teen Mom OG" star went ballistic after failing the drug test. Abraham was so heated, she blasted Fox and the show before the episode even aired. (To relive the drama, click here.)
Fox, who stars on "Empire," was also asked by another caller about her co-star Jussie Smollett in regards to the scandal that began back in January, where the actor claimed he was attacked by racist, homophobic, MAGA supporters and was later accused of fabricating the alleged hate crime. Although all charges of a hoax were dropped, Smollett's future on the Fox drama is still unclear.
When asked by a caller if her character, Candace, would be making an appearance on the final season of "Empire," Fox smiled and said, "Yes, Candance, that boujee bitch will be back for the final season!"
However, when answering whether she's spoken to Smollett, Fox grew serious and said, "Unfortunately, no I haven't spoke to Jussie but he's still family and I love him."
"Empire" sixth and final season premieres September 24 at 9 p.m. on Fox.