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Hiding in Hip Hop: On the Down Low in the Entertainment Industry--from Music to Hollywood Paperback – June 30, 2009
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In this book the author writes about a "down Low" culture that most people don't think can exist. He uses code names for his suitors but gives little clues that make you think you might know who he is talking about. One example of a clue is "a music hip hop star who owns his own clothing line".
In this book you will read about his sexual accounts with men and women. He writes about the heartbreak, his lies, how he mislead people, and the scary side of being gay in hiding.
Overall his story was interesting enough to make me finish the book. I was simply amazed and curious of the "down low" lifestyle men like him live. Having wives and children but meeting with men for sex.
If your not bothered by the gay culture then its a good read. Like everyone else I have my ideas of who these men are. Its interesting how he wrote a tell all but yet still found a way to keep the identities a secret.