Karrine “Superhead” Steffans has returned to the public spotlight, and made some disparaging remarks against “fully” Black women, Media Take Out has learned.
Karrine has been noticeably absent from social media for the past few years. But earlier this year, she resurfaced – using a different name. Media Take Out confirmed that Karrine now goes by the name Elizabeth Ovesen.
And she had some choice words towards Black women – whom she claims frequently questions whether her hair is “real” or not.
Karrine blasted Black women whom she claims frequently question whether her hair is “real.” The best selling author wrote as a response, “I’m mixed breed Caribbean woman Puerto Rican, Danish, French and Jamaican. Versions Black and white.”
Then she added some sauce to her comments, saying to the Black women criticizing her, “I am literally not like you in any way, so you’ve stop expecting me to have hair just like yours – assuming my shit can’t real.”
She ended by telling Black women that she wears, “No makeup. No wig. And I’m killing ya’ll STILL at almost 44 years old.”
Karrine is an author, most notably of the Vixen series of books. She has worked as an actress and as a video vixen, having appeared in more than 20 music videos. In 2007 and 2008, Steffans visited a number of college campuses to speak about her involvement in the hip hop industry and its expectations of women.