Hip-Hop Rumors: Did SuperHead Karrine Steffans Get Beat Up?


content within this section is pure rumor and generally have no factual

info outside of what the streets have whispered in our ear. Read on.WHO: illseedWHAT: Rumors, Funnies, Fails and more!WHERE: illseed.com, twitter.com.illseedHOW: Send your rumors, sightings and ill pics to illseed at allhiphoprumors@gmail.com.DID EDDIE WINSLOW BEAT UP SUPERHEAD?That right, I am using their alias names. Superhead STAYS getting beaten and abused! She says all sorts of stuff and people either believe or they don't. This time, she claims some unnamed PERSON beat her up, along with all these other things. You will see below...and then she signs the letter as "Karrine Steffans-McCrary." UH HUH! As in Darius Creston McCrary aka Eddie Winslow! Personally, I think this is revenge, because a recent new movie shows Eddie (Darius) putting Superhead UNDER THE BUS! You know, she will always get revenge when she feels she has been betrayed. The letter is below! “For the past several years, I have been involved in a highly

abusive relationship. I have been choked, whipped with belts, thrown about, berated, belittled, raped, and disregarded as a human being. I

have been abandoned and embarrassed, then, loved and coddled.

I have been caught in a vicious cycle and have left on many occasions, just to return.

I have found little support from my friends and family because I

complain, and I cry, then I go back for more. I go back knowing that, one day, he’ll kill me but he’s all I have. He’s the only one who

understands because he’s stuck in this cycle, too.

When I try to confide in friends they ask, ‘Well, what did you do

to him? What did you say to him?’ They tell me, ‘You know how he is, he’s never going to change, so why do you stay? You know what you’re getting into. Don’t tell anyone because he’ll come out looking good and

you’ll only make yourself look bad.’ It’s always my fault.

I love him though it pains me to admit. It sickens me to know

that I will return to him in an instant and that the next time could be the last time and that breath, my last breath. Still, I hold out hope that one day we’ll learn how to love one another without pain. I pray that those who look on with smirks and judgments know one thing ––

domestic violence is very real and, at times, very final.

If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of domestic

violence, please contact the National Domestic Abuse Hotline at (800)


—Karrine Steffans-McCrarySUPER HEAD, RAPPERS LOVE YOU!! They keep us talking, but if we stop talking about them then they should worry!