In response to allegations
revealed when groupie-turned-author Karrine "Superhead" Steffans visited
a New York radio station, radio personality Tigger has released an exclusive statement
to AllHipHop.com, denying rumors of homosexuality.
After releasing her tell-all book “Confessions of a Video
Vixen,” which exposes sexual affairs between her and numerous hip-hop
artists, actors and athletes, Steffans has literally turned the entertainment
industry upside down with her tales of infidelity.
In an R. Kelly "Trapped in the Closet" moment during
a recent interview with Hot 97 personality Miss Jones, details of an alleged
sexual tryst involving Superhead, Tigger, and another man were disclosed while
Steffans was discussing her relationship with hip-hop pioneer Kool G. Rap.
According to reports, G. Rap, with whom Steffans has a child,
phoned in to dispute several of the claims in the new book, including physical
Kool G's wife and aspiring rapper Ma Barker also reportedly
called in, at which point the graphic account about Tigger evolved.
Hoping to do severe rumor control, Tigger has refuted the story.
"I am not
gay. I have never been involved with any homosexual activities," Tigger
told AllHipHop.com . "I wanna thank all those who have shown support through
Despite her openness,
Steffans has remained mysteriously tight-lipped about certain details in her
book and was even compelled to cancel a book signing last week at a Harlem bookstore
due to security fears.
Steffans is currently
promoting the book on the East Coast.