Question Of The Day: Are Video Vixens Unfairly Judged?

- By Bossip Staff

If you found yourself captivated by the erotic tales in Karrine Steffans’ novel, “Confessions of A Video Vixen”, you may (or may not) be pleased to learn that they were more like fairy tales. In a collection of recently released confessionals the former video model reveals that the stories which were represented as memoirs of her life as a video model and all the passionate affairs she was involved with many power players in the hip-hop industry were indeed false.

“I’m a writer. I write sh*t. The vixen doesn’t exist. You can’t tell people that
because they don’t believe that. It was all fabricated. I didn’t even name my
books. Confessions of a Video Vixen is not…I would have never named that book that. Somebody else named that book….I don’t want to be on TV. I don’t want to do any of this. This is ridiculous. I want to be anonymous. I want to be anonymous. Authors are supposed to be anonymous.”

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  • http://google smh

    It sounds like she’s under a lot of pressure to get some things cleared up about “someone”

  • Nene87

    This is why you never do stuff you will be ashamed to tell others. If its going to affect you later in life dont do it.

  • homicidalbrainiac

    Ummm, usually if a writer would like to remain anonymous they use a pseudonym.

  • msladybabydoll

    honestly?…superhead really needs to stop with the bull. She needs to stand by her words and be a woman about it. U were a ho!with pics and all! Too late for tradebacks ma…

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