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They were married for just a year when their union came to a rocky end.
Steffans accused the “Family Matters” star of physically assaulting her on two separate occasions including choking and beating her with a belt in front of her 12-year-old son.
We say things, we do things, we hurt one another, other people hurt us but they don’t matter and our wounds heal when we’re together,” she wrote. The best-selling author spent one night with the future hip-hop billionaire and she claimed she didn’t find anything about him attractive until she started thinking about his résumé and status.
Weezy was also the inspiration behind Steffans’ book “How To Make Love To A Martian.” Power can certainly be an aphrodisiac and it’s no secret that there are plenty of women out there who are attracted to power. “It was another example of my doing without thinking, for all the wrong reasons,” Steffans said.
Known for her many dalliances and trysts with rappers and athletes, here’s a look at some men Steffans has publicly claimed or spoken about. Steffans was involved in a long and abusive relationship with old school rapper Kool G Rap and he would allegedly force her to perform oral sex on him for hours thus helping her earn her nickname.
They met when she was just 17 years old and Steffans spoke of the abuse she suffered in great detail in her best-selling book “Confessions of a Video Vixen.” She put up with his cheating and physical violence until one day finally finding the courage to leave him with their one-year-old son in tow.
They’ve been involved in an on-again, off-again relationship for years and she penned a post about her feelings for the New Orleans rapper on her blog.
Angry that the video vixen poked fun of her for trying to claim Lil Wayne on “Wendy Williams,” Milian clapped back saying no man would ever claim Steffans.
Steffans played the wife to Larenz Tate’s character but she had her eye on fellow co-star Vin Diesel.
The two co-stars soon became involved in a relationship and his fun yet straight-laced personality was the right counterbalance Steffans was looking for.
But the relationship quickly fizzled out when the 2003 film wrapped up and Diesel moved on to another movie set.
When Steffans sat down to write “Confessions of a Video Vixen,” she spoke fondly of someone who she would only refer to as “Papa.” She was very vivid about their trysts and readers tried to figure out the real identity of Papa but Steffans was silent.