–In last week’s episode of Love & Hip Hop, Winter Ramos (former assistant to Fabolous) revealed that she’s writing a tell-all book dubbed Game Over: My Love for Hip Hop that will reveal her experiences in the music industry working—and possibly smashing—everyone from Jadakiss and Jay-Z to Diddy. Sounds juicy, but this isn’t the first salacious tell-all about who smashed who to hit shelves.
CONFESSIONS OF A VIDEO VIXEN
When Karrine Steffans a.k.a. Super Head penned her 2005 Confessions of a Video Vixen, she turned the hip-hop industry on its head (literally). The former “model” whose resume included music videos like Jay-Z’s “Hey Papi” and Mystikal’s “Danger,” put all of your favorite rappers (e.g. Jay-Z, Ja Rule, Diddy, DMX) on super blast by airing out their bedroom stories. From video vixen to New York Times Bestselling author; Super Head wrote the blueprint.
When Jay-Z rapped “Me and the boy A.I. got more in common / Than just ballin’ and rhymin’ / Get it? More in Carmen” in his Nas diss “Super Ugly,” he was speaking about smashing Esco’s baby mama Carmen Bryan. Shortly thereafter, Carmen did what any self-respect