Karrine Steffan and 'The Vixen Diaries'. Oh. My. God!There might be some people out there who don't know yet who Karrine Steffan is but, trust me, come this September, her name will be on our lips for at least the remaining of the year. Why, you say? Because this woman, former dancer (or 'video ho', as she used to refer to her former glamorous career), turned actress, turned writer is about to spill the beans on all the sexual relationships she ever engaged in. And, boy, did she have a lot of them!
Karrine is, as I've already mentioned a former dancer who made a career out of starring in hip-hop and rap videos, at the side of the most famous names in the industry. By the time she was in her twenties, Karrine (or Superhead) already had a long history of physical abuse, drug use and a very low self-esteem, which prompted her to retire from the video music industry and try to focus more on her own career. Consequently, she launched a music album, did a bunch of movies and wrote a book, half autobiography, half cautionary tale, called 'Confessions of a Video Vixen'.
Seeing that her first try at literature paid off so well, Karrine thought she could give it another try and wrote 'The Vixen Diaries', set for release in September 2007. Now, there is a certain media outlet (that, we must say, specializes mostly in digging for dirt on celebs) that claims they got a hold on a few excerpts from the upcoming book and it's not looking pretty for all those men who thought they were lucky enough to score with none other than the Vixen herself.
In other words, Karrine goes to extreme lengths to make up a top of rappers' penises (according to length, thickness and ability to pleasure a member of the opposite sex - winners are DMX, Ludacris and Fat Joe) and to detail her many adventures. Amongst those whom she claims she bedded are Usher (now engaged to be married and expectant father), 50 Cent (current status unknown), DMX (married) and even Missy Elliot. Here's what Superhead had to say about Usher (P.S: you might find this a tad offensive so skip it if you're easily upset):
'I wouldn't dream of being in a relationship with him [Usher]. YUCK. It was just for sex, but the sex was NOT all that good either. I kinda felt sorry for him. So I f**ked him. It was f**king horrible and on top of that it was smelling back there. This man is not packing, his d*ck is way small and he was having a hard time trying to find my hole. Then ol' boy did something out of this world, he yelled out something Haitian. I was sick to my stomach. I got dressed and ran out of there.'
If the rest of the book is anything even remotely similar to this, you know 'The Vixen Diaries' stands in line for the Nobel Literature Prize! It's classy, well written, subtle and yet very upfront, and extremely smart. And this, my dears, is how you get to write a book nowadays. Class adjourned!