Karrine "Superhead" Steffans is working on a new documentary about her life, as well as a new book about sexuality that's due for release in August.
The book, which was co-authored by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Karen Hunter, caused controversy when it was released in 2006, because of all the inside information revealed about various rappers and their sexual habits.
In the clip, Steffans can be heard saying that "Confessions of a Video Vixen," which was published by Harper Books, was entirely fabricated.
"The vixen doesn't exist... It was all fabricated I didn't even name my books," Steffans admitted. "'Confessions of a Video Vixen,' I would've never named that book that. That's somebody else's name."
Steffans, who is featured in the video clip in her bra and panties in a bathroom, claimed that she was tired of the spotlight and that she wished she could be a writer who "remained anonymous."
"Authors are supposed to be anonymous," Steffans complained. "We're not supposed to be on TV we're not supposed to be doing any of those things. We're supposed be sitting down, getting drunk, smoking opiates and writing some amazing sh*t."