Groupies have been around for a long time; the tell all books came later. Karrine Steffans is Florida’s most notorious groupie. She admits to how she earned her “Superhead” moniker. She even did the man of Steel — Shaquille O’Neal, who starred as, “Steel,” the superhero. Shaq also nicknamed himself, Superman.
Superhead chose to get passed around the hip-hop circuit and she made some money. She made the The New York Times Best Seller list with all three of her books Confessions of a Video Vixen (2005),[14] The Vixen Diaries (2007),[15] and The Vixen Manual: How to Find, Seduce & Keep the Man You Want (2009). Steffans is the not he first to make money and achieve fame this way and I’m sure will not be the last. She complains rightfully about the misogyny in the Rap world, but wasn’t it obvious.
Feminists are right to complain about abuse, but Superhead ever say, “No.” Did she make her own choices? Did she just want the money and powerful associations?
Superhead made news and she fits my present chapter, so I suspect I will eventually allude to her. The post’s title alludes to the Adventures of Superman