Alana Wyatt-Smith Tell All Book (Mos Def Wife)
Alana Wyatt-Smith Tell All Book “Breaking the Code of Silence” (Mos Def Wife) – Alana Wyatt-Smith who was married to Mos Def is about to publish a scandalous tell all book called Breaking the Code of Silence,about their private life,and all the professional athletes and celebrities she had relationships with.Alana just like Superhead,aka Karrine Steffans is a former stripper,she has this to say about her book:
“I disagree with putting names of people in there, just out of respect for their wives and children.” “If this was about making money, getting rich, I could have wrote a tell-all book, 10 times better than Karrine Steffens. People want to know about the biggest names in the NBA, who proposed to who, and did what, and this and that; I could have put some stuff in there that would have made it a No. 1 seller within days. I use nicknames, initials, that myself and the gentleman would know; the ones named I got permission from.”
Here are excerpts from Breaking the Code of Silence:
“He had asked me if I would attend a MuchMusic performance featuring Kanye West. Now, that was a little awkward because a year prior I had met Kanye in Vegas and we had a moment! NOT SEXUAL! I REPEAT, KANYE WEST and I NEVER have had sexual relations.” “Much to my surprise, Mos introduced me as his wife.”“There were stories that we may have been on drugs when we go married…..it was true honest love at first sight; although it took me a while to get to know him, and I think it was more in his heart than it was in mine. I kind of went along with it.”
“I don’t believe that his intent was to hurt me, I believe that he was trying to prove a point.”“But I had shared and cried with him many nights about my past (abusive) situation and I asked of him not to do that, because it brings back memories; so I found it to be more disrespectful, because he knew what I had been through.”“He won’t sign the papers,” she said. “He told my lawyer if he can’t have me, nobody else will.“To keep the guys away, honestly,” she demurred on the subject of the flashy diamond. She’s sweet and chatty, but just as contradictory on the subject of her, well, husband: on one hand blaming their incompatibility on her inability to be submissive; on the other expressing a desire to reconcile — “Since Mos, I have yet to experience being loved.”
“You have the girl out there that’s 35, 36, still carrying around the fact that her uncle molested her when she was 7 years old and hasn’t told nobody. That is a horrible thing to walk around with, I’ve done it.
“Then there’s the woman out there who doesn’t know the difference between `Is he my lover? Is he my pimp?;’ I’ve been there. Or, `I’m dating this NBA player, he flies me to 13 cities straight out of 82 games, I think he’s in love with me, but does he really like me?’ No, I’ve done it. And `Oh, my gosh! I thought he really liked me, we built this huge chemistry up until he came here, then he never called me after we slept together;’ I’ve been there. I saw death; I wound up on a hospital bed for three months because of my first boyfriend.
“If you have a question, I can answer it,”
“Even sitting around a jail or shelter with abused women, that’s the thrill I’m going to get from this book. I’ve never been a Louis Vuitton shopper type. I’m not fancy, I’m not expensive. In fact, I’ve never owned a Louis Vuitton bag.”
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