In 2005 video model Karrine “Superhead” Steffans sent the rap world into a tailspin with her tell-all book about her sexploits in the music industry, “Confessions Of A Video Vixen.” Since then she has published several more tomes including “The Vixen Manual: How To Find, Seduce & Keep the Man You Want,”Drink, Fuck, Sleep” and most recently, “How To Make Love To a Martian.”
Next year she plans to release a retrospective on her first book appropriately titled, “Confessions Of a Video Vixen: Ten Years Later.”
In this clip called, “I’m Not Over It,” she offers a glimpse into her thought process regarding the new book.
“It took a bit of soul searching in order for me to come to grips with what it is about this memoir out of all my memoirs that made it almost impossible to finish,” she says. “It took me a couple weeks of introspection and the bearing of truths before I came to the astonishing conclusion: I’m not over it.”
Watch to see what that “it” is.
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