Remember the “JumpOff” putting out the tell-all on her “relationships” with Tupac, Suge, Shaq, R.Kelly, Martin Lawrence and Young Jeezy? Well it seems the time has come for her to do some promotion on the project.
In the latest print issue of S2SMagazine Jara Everett says she isn’t worried what her famous exes would think of her book because she’s in good standing with them and was careful about how much she shared.
“When I dated Suge, I learned how to be a boss. When I had a thing with R.Kelly, I was younger — this was before I dated Suge. (R.Kelly) taught me one thing, he said, ‘Hey, if you want this music business you might have to have sex with people you might not want to if you want to get to the top.’ That’s the way it is.”
Jara said that she wrote the book 10 years ago and decided to release it after she became a woman of God and changed her ways. “This is my testimony for the world. I could have taken it to the church, but I said, no, I need everybody to hear this.”
The issue also profiles Winter Ramos from Love & Hip-Hop about her book “Game Over: My Love For Hip Hop” citing:
Winter is a creative customer designer for Flavor Unit Films, but in the past she was an assistant to rapper Fabolous and dated rapper Jadakiss off and on for many years. Winter has said that she wrote her book to show young ladies that dating a rapper is not all that glamorous. In the book she drops names as she shares some of her highs and lows and the stories have definitely upset some of her exes. She couldn’t pay for better publicity than what she’s been getting on VH1. But she did pay for assistance from the people who helped Karrine “Superhead” Steffans promote her successful tell-alls.
Wow… Let us find out Winter got a real job with Queen Latifah and them! We doubt anyone is surprised to hear that she’s down with Superhead folks though. SMH.
BTW “JumpOff” author Jara Everett is also a rapper and she made a track to go with her book. She’s also reportedly executive producing a reality show called “Jumpoff Chicago.”
Listen to Jara’s track below: