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“In my current situation I don’t see [Lil] Wayne as much.I’ve seen him, but we haven’t picked up our old habits as much since I’ve been in this situation,” Steffans said.In one deal, her book The Vixen Manual was ostensibly optioned, while the other involves the writing and production of a scripted television series.In July 2012, Drink Fuck Sleep (Volume 1) was published, with Karrine Steffans as editor.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.“I don’t respect other people, even Wayne; I don’t respect Wayne.You know, certain aspects of his life are not to be respected.
Their relationship was "tumultuous", and Steffans says she left for Los Angeles to protect her son after physical abuse landed her in the hospital.
Steffans explains that with her husband she’s finally found the love she was always looking for.
“I respect this person, I love him, of course, it’s not romantic, it’s deeper than that. So, there’s no whimsy here, there’s no whirlwind, no butterflies, none of that stuff that goes away later.
Steffans' relationship with Kool G introduced her to the growing Hip hop music industry.
After moving to Los Angeles, friends she had made in the industry through acquaintances of Kool G began showing her the ropes. In April 2006, Steffans appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show in a segment titled "Smart Women on 'Stupid Girls' – Guests discuss the objectification of women".
The book is described by its publishers as "an anthology" that consists of "a series of essays depicting regrettable sexual experiences wherein the consumption of alcohol was involved, either before, during, or after." Speaking about the legacy of her output, Steffans said, "I realized recently that I'm surrounded by young women who have never had a sexual revolution.