Former hip-hop vixen Karrine Steffans has become one of the most talked about women in America after she accused her actor husband of cheating on her.

The former music video star, 37, publicly accused former actor Columbus Short of being unfaithful in an Instagram video she posted on the night of March 28.

On her Instagram, Anjulie posted that she produced the theme song for Maher’s HBO show, New theme song for Real Time with Bill Maher produced by Anjulie Music Productions airs tonite at 7pm on HBO.

Tune in to check it out #Start The Clock #Real Time #Bill Maher #HBO #New Music #Themesong @realtimers A post shared by Anjulie (@anjuliemusic) on Maher and Anjulie have been spotted in public together, most notably on the beach in Hawaii, back in 2015.

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.

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Anjulie Persaud’s parents emigrated from India to Guyana and then immigrated to Canada.

To my surprise, a number of black Instagram users have rushed to his defense, arguing that Maher, a 61-year-old white man, gets a hall pass for using the N-word.

Some argue that because he’s been an ally in the #Black Lives Matter movement, he has somehow earned the right to use the word.

Steffans formerly starred in more than 20 hip-hop videos before leaving the industry in 2005, since then she’s written books about her experiences and speaks on college campuses about the hip-hop world. We have both been in some pretty terrible relationships and marriages and are so blessed to have found each other.