Tajah Burton has been shopping a tell-all, Low Down Dirty Shame, with the lesbian author promising to drop plenty of gossip about the closeted celebrities she’s encountered as a model. Apparently there aren’t any buyers yet, because the new gossip is that she’s tattling about an affair with Rihanna. Though Tajah told Radar she won’t give names because she doesn’t want to be “responsible” for outing celebs, it’s hard to imagine what other “Barbadian female pop/R&B artist” with short hair she could be talking about in this excerpt, courtesy of MediaTakeout:
[A friend] told me on the sly that he wasn’t sure if she was into women but that he would confirm. We exchanged contact and it went on from there…she was beautiful, she wore her hair short with blonde highlights and her style was creative.
…We instantly had a connection. I could listen to her for hours dicuss the media, music and fashion. She had opened up and told me about her difficult past, how she went through various trials and tribulations. She would converse with her manager in front of me, jumping on her conference calls about her new project that involved her doung a soundtrack for a feature film.
Sex came up immediately she was a freak…
The dirtier details after the jump.
I wasn’t in a sexual mood, I was on my spiritual journey and sex wasn’t a part of my plans, it just wasn’t important to me. However that didn’t stop anything. She went down and gave me head, I didn’t stop her. She bragged about the way I tasted and then all of a sudden after I came she snapped out of it and would get right back into her music. It was like clockwork. I never went down on her she was more interested in pleasing me.
Wait a sec…”she snapped out of it and would get right back into her music”? Did this go down in the studio? Would she wash her face first before hitting the mic? Tajah also tells Radar she had affairs with “a very well known actress, a lot older, who also worked as a model” and a “well known female reality TV star.” Between this and her claims that many pro athletes are on the DL, this book should certainly be a juicy read…if it ever goes to print.
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