Media Take got its hands on what we’re told is an excerpt from Karrine “Superhead” Steffans’ new book The Vixen Diaries.
According to our source, this is from the chapter where Karrine rates men in the hip hop industry. But it’s not a big disappointment because he can eat pus*y like no other. I know a few studio owners, so when he was out here recording with Game, I went in to meet them.
“I owe Mary my solo career and she can have it,” he told Hip Hop DX.
“I owe her, because that’s what really put me over the top and set me apart from everybody that year when that was out, you know?
A reference to the incident was posted on the Instagram page of the clan’s tour manager Simon Green.
In the comments section, Method Man responded, saying: The woman in question, Lia, denied the allegation but said that she did party with the band after one of their shows.
I could be one of those guys that goes to galleries. It's about following my heart, my interests and my passions.
Rather than guess what someone else was looking for and try to be that, I needed to have faith that who I am and want in life is awesome and worth it and that trusting my gut will lead me to the kind of guy I deserve.Method Man’s meteoric rise in Hip Hop may have began with the Wu Tang Clan, but the raspy-voiced rapper says his solo success is largely due to one song and one R&B singer.The song, “You’re All I Need/I’ll Be There For You” featuring Mary J.I also realized that I needed to re-think my criteria for that 100% guy, especially when it came to the "just dating" phase. was only seeing a guy if I thought he might be the complete 100% package and that clearly wasn't working, this time I was going to try something different and date multiple people.It's ridiculous to expect ONE guy to be ALL the things I need in a life partner—especially on the first date! And maybe until I found that 100% person, I could find what I needed from several guys who fit 20% of my criteria and at the same time stay open to the possibility that my definition of the perfect guy and my checklist might grow and change as I did. I re-downloaded my dating apps, went on tons of dates, all while making sure to save one day a week for just me and my friends. The guys I was interested in and with whom I was most compatible starting separating themselves out into predictable categories—five of them, to be exact.And here I was, after so many years, looking at that list again when it dawned on me that my most recent ex had almost everything on the list -- except one thing. And that's when I bumped into the hiccup—finding the 100% guy, I realized, would be easier said than done.