The woman behind "Confessions of a Video Vixen," hasn't been heard from in awhile. Bush adminstration, while debating serious issues simultaneous.After all, she hasn't broken up Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston's marriage in months. Brown, pictured here in his formative years, has allegedly impregnated girlfriend Karrine Steffans. Evidently, though, the woman accused of prompting the Whitney Houston divorce from Bobby Brown REALLY loves Maher.) is an American author, most notably of the Vixen series of books. Virgin Islands, and moved to Florida when she was 10 years old.She has worked as an actress and as a video vixen, having appeared in more than 20 music videos, many by multiplatinum-selling rap artists. She has written about her troubled childhood: she grew up in poverty, suffered emotional and physical abuse at the hands of an alcoholic mother and indifferent father, and was raped when she was 13.In spite of the naysayers, Karrine unabashedly continues to use her pain to educate, uplift and inspire women all of over the world.Resilient, spiritually conscious, and courageous, Karrine is cleverly reinventing women's roles all while teaching them juicy secrets about the art of seduction, oral and anal sex, love, relationships and so much more.The June issue of Vanity Fair takes an in-depth look at the life and death of Whitney Houston.
It's not hard to get jealous of these women that Bill Maher has gone out with, so try your hardest to contain your envy.Although haters and gossip magazines are quick to label her as a bitch or hoe, the electrifying beauty has not let the false reputation of being 'Superhead' or a video vixen stop her from becoming one of the world's most famous, successful female authors and entrepreneurs of our time.Emerging from the dark shadows of her tragic past, Karrine is ready to set fire to her old reputation and give birth to her true identity.She made her video model debut at the age of 21, appearing in Jay-Z's "Hey Papi" video in 1999. Steffans discussed how she had suffered sexual abuse as a child, and how she allowed herself to be sexually exploited in order to obtain work in music videos.In 2007, Datwon Thomas the Kingpen and DJ Rhude released a mixtape called Freaky Flows, with a spoken word introduction and epilogue by Karrine Steffans, made available for free through King magazine. She dedicated her first book to her son, and she donates part of the proceeds from the book to the Boys and Girls Club of America.