Superhead Says Book Was False
Karrine "Superhead" Steffans is in a shocking new web clip claiming that her best-selling novel, Confessions of A Video Vixen," is a fabrication. She also claims that she wishes she could be completely anonymous, although Steffans is reportedly working on a new documentary about her life and a new book about sexuality that's due for release in August.
"The vixen doesn't exist... It was all fabricated--I didn't even name my books," Steffans admitted. "'Confessions of a Video Vixen,' I would've never named that book that. That's somebody else's name."
"Authors are supposed to be anonymous," Steffans complained. "We're not supposed to be on TV we're not supposed to be doing any of those things. We're supposed be sitting down, getting drunk, smoking opiates and writing some amazing sh*t."
Steffans' infamous book detailed her sex experiences with several notable rappers and athletes.