Secrets & Drama: 15 Rappers With Autobiographies

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Bad Boy Artist Ma$e co-authored with Karen Hunter his autobiography titled: REVELATIONS: THERE’S A LIGHT AFTER THE LIME  where he recalls what drove him to leave hip-hop in 1999 at the height of his career. But here’s the kicker in the book Karen Hunter questions his move back into hip-hop and what that meant for him:

“There was a moment in the book where he says, ‘If I ever go back to rap, then you will know that I have fallen,’ ” says co-author Karen Hunter. “I remember questioning him about that: ‘Are you sure you want to put this in the book?’ And he was sure. Then, several years later, he went back.”

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