Men in the entertainment industry usually keep their business to themselves, but they’re making an exception in the case of Karrine Steffans.
In Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jump Off, her conquests are giving their side of the story on how Karrine ran through them. The documentary, narrated by Wendy Williams, was just released today. Many say that she was just another girl trying to sleep her way to the top, but she has a different view of her actions.
“No one ever sleeps their way to the top. You sleep yourself to the bottom and then work your way back up,” Karrina confesses in the documentary. “I don’t have any regrets, and I don’t really care how people feel.”
Well, that’s a good thing, considering that there don’t seem to be too many kind words for her in the film. Among the many commentators is Norwood Young, who calls Karrine "the epitome of a wolf in sheep’s clothing," and he talks about how she admitted to faking her tears during an appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" three years ago.
Darius McCray, Karrine’s current man, even makes an appearance in the documentary. To find out what he said, you’ll have to pick up a copy of Kiss and Tail: The Hollywood Jump Off for yourself.
And although Karrine seems to be the focus of the film, it also shines a light on what some video models will do to get a little extra screen time and what other women will do just to get backstage. Scandalous!
— Sonya Eskridge