Confessions of a Video Vixen.
Confessions Of A Video Vixen Confessions of A Video Vixen is memoir written by Karrine Steffans which details her life as a teenaged runaway who turns to stripping, hip-hop modeling, and prostitution in order to support herself and, later, her young son.
Karrine Steffans Karrine Steffans (August 24, 1978) is a former hip hop music video performer and actress. She is the author of Confessions of a Video Vixen (ISBN 0-06-084242-3), her 2005 memoir about her life in the commercial hip hop world, which was controversial for its graphic
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Karrine Steffans had a wide reputation as 'Superhead' and took the hip hop hip-hop or hip hop
1. A popular urban youth culture, closely associated with rap music and with the style and fashions of African-American inner-city residents.
2. Rap music.
adj. world by storm as she participated in sexy videos and became known for partying and drugs. Her Hollywood encounters were a logical extension of a life already damaged by physical violence, teen rape, and single motherhood--but they also served as an avenue to self-esteem and ultimately to salvation. Karrine today is a different person--and Confessions Of A Video Vixen documents how these changes were made.