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Karrine Steffans on Bow Wow Fallout: We Fought Over Yung Berg

http://www.vladtv.com - Author Karrine Steffans doesn't bite her tongue for anyone, and in her upcoming book "Vindicated: Confessions of a Video Vixen, 10 Years Later," it looks like the former vixen is ready to spill some more tea from her past life as Superhead. In this interview with VladTV, Karrine finally opens up about her relationship with Bow Wow, and how Lil Wayne had everything to do it with it up until the very end.

Once a video of Karrine and Bow Wow - aka Shad Moss - surfaced online, many began to speculate that the two had more than a friendly relationship due to her history with various rappers. Karrine says that she met Shad through a female friend during one of her "out times" with Lil Wayne, and the two began hanging out in Atlanta religiously just a week later while he was signed to Wayne's label. "Bow's talking to Wayne and they're being 'brothers,' and Bow's not telling Wayne that he's with me -- and I'm not talking to Wayne at all," says Karrine. She says she couldn't wait to tell Wayne about their relationship due to his "possessive" ways.

Steffans also remembers Bow telling her that fellow rapper Yung Berg wasn't "famous enough or rich enough" to be around her, and that she should think more highly of herself when it comes to the people she socializes with once she began hanging out with him, resulting in the end of her short-lived relationship with Bow.

Though she doesn't talk to Bow Wow anymore, she says that she's "happy" and "all for" his pending marriage to reality star Erica Mena and also tells us that regardless of how things look, rappers are "very emotional."

Catch what else she had to say about her relationship with Mr. Moss in this exclusive clip.
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Karrine Steffans (born August 24, 1978) is an American author, most notably of the Vixen series of books. 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. In 2007 and 2008, Steffans visited a number of college campuses to spea... More