After TVOne aired “Life After” featuring Karrine “Superhead” Steffans Tuesday, model-turned-rapper Angel Lola went in on Steffans on Twitter.
According to web reports, Lola said:
“I know a lot of other women and young girls have watched as well … I just want you guys to know and understand that is ABSOLUTELY NOT the blueprint to success or fame! We as women are worth so much more! No matter what lows we come from (abuse, poverty, traumas … etc.) we still are strong amazing creations of God! Don’t ever let your upbringings or experiences be excuses for the choices that you make in your life! I DIDN’T!!!!”
Lola didn’t stop there. She continued to berate Steffans saying:
“My issue is her polluting the youths’ [minds] into believing that is what you have to do for fame. Her reality isn’t every female in the game’s reality. (Not to mention she was never known to be a video vixen until the book). There are a lot of strong goal-oriented women in the game. If you are aspiring to get in the business, her route should NEVER be an option!” she continued to Tweet.
“Save so much love for all my ladies so I just want you guys to know that you have the power to take control of anything. that goes on w/ you and your life PERIOD! I had to overcome obstacles, grow and guide ‘myself’ at a young age.”
For real Lola? Should they follow in your footsteps? I mean, you are a former stripper just like Steffans. What makes you a credible critic?
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