Perhaps Usher injected
Superhead with some of his truth serum, because reports suggest that the reformed
groupie has some confessions of her
own she wants to get off her chest.
Karinne "Superhead" Steffans has inked a deal with
the HarperCollins imprint, Amistad Books, to release a book detailing her sexual
excursions in the music industry, a publishing insider told the New York Post.
In addition to Usher, Steffans has been romantically - or otherwise
- linked to hip-hop stars Jay-Z, Ja Rule, and Ice T.
Steffans credits the West Coast rapper-turned-actor for saving
her and her son from an abusive relationship.
"The memoir is being described as a tell-all, but also
a cautionary tale for young women who think that life in the entertainment world
is all roses and no thorns," the source told the Post. "There is juicy
dish on a number of multi-platinum and box-office blockbuster celebrities, including
never before revealed tidbits about Karinne's escapades with some of hip-hop
and Hollywood's leading men."
Of the many interesting adventures accounted in the chronicles
of Superhead are "a five-day sex romp with a hugely successful, raspy-voiced
rapper-actor" in 2000, and partying in Miami on New Year's Eve with Xzibit
and Sean "P. Diddy" Combs.
Steffans, who is currently a columnist for King magazine, said
she has also sold rights for a movie, "so when someone asks, what have
I gotten out of this, the answer is my self-respect by being honest and unafraid,
and about $7.3 million."