Winter Ramos pens tell-all book “Game Over: My Love For Hip Hop”

Winter Ramos Game Over My Love For Hip Hop book cover

After a brief appearance in Love & Hip Hop Season 2, behind-the-scenes hip hop industry maven Winter Ramos returns for the popular reality show’s third season with new stories, new drama, and a new tell-all book! Titled Game Over: My Love For Hip Hop, the book details Winter’s experiences in the music industry, including hook ups, abuse, and the “cray beyond the videos, private flights, and limos that the cameras caught for us.”

Here is a description of Winter Ramos’s memoir from the publisher:

Winter Ramos, one of the new faces of VH1’s hit reality television show, Love and Hip Hop New York Season 3 delivers a brazen and unabashed memoir of her life in the world of hip hop. In Game Over, Winter puts all of her emotions on the page leaving no experience, emotional abuse, or former lover uncovered. From her days as assistant to rapper, Fabolous and friend to Jadakiss, to appearing on Love and Hip Hop and being Creative Costume Designer for Flavor unit Films, Winter delivers a tell-all book on her famous ex-lovers and experiences in the music industry. As the chick that was always in the mix and cool with everyone, Winter was privy to the cray beyond the videos, private flights, and limos that the cameras caught for us. Her reality and theirs was no game. Game Over is Winter’s cautionary tale for the next generation of young women who believe that the fabulous lives of celebrities unveiled in blogs and on reality television shows are all FIRE! Stay tuned, because this GAME is about to get real.

And here’s a video clip in which Winter meets up with cast mate “Jen the Pen” Bayer and reveals the book news:

In the clip, Winter first introduces herself:

I’m Winter Ramos. You guys may know me as Fab’s assistant, but I’ve been in the music industry for a really long time. I’ve worked with Puff Daddy, Biggie Smalls, Junior Mafia, DMX, Eve, Ja Rule, Ashanti, Irv Gotti… I’ve dated these guys, I’ve slept with them, I’ve worked for them. I know the girlfriend, I know the baby mother, I know the wife. I even know the side chick.

And then she reveals to Jen that she has written a book:

Winter Ramos Love & Hip Hop NYWinter Ramos [WR]: I wrote a book.

Jen Bayer [JB]: A book? A book about what?

WR: It’s a tell all of my experiences in the music industry — guys that I’ve dated … It’s the truth. It’s all the truth.

JB: What kind of stories?

WR: I mean, just who I’ve worked for —

JB: Like sexcapades?

WR: Yeah, there’s a few of them in there. I mean, it makes it juicy. And it’s real s***. The whole idea of me writing this book, and the person who put this s*** in my head, is Jadakiss. And he’s a big part of the book. I’m going to tell. Why not?

JB: Are you worried?

WR: I’m not worried. I mean, what they gonna do? You gonna beat me up?

JB: Somebody might want to beat you up.

WR: I wish a motherf***er would!

JB: Somebody might.

WR: I ain’t got time for that s***, I’m a grown woman. If you wanna come over here and start something acting like a nut job, ???? hot, that’s on you!

Sounds damn juicy! Will you be reading Winter Ramos’ book?!? It’s due out April 2nd, but you can pre-order your copy from now!

To keep up with Winter Ramos, be sure to follow her on Twitter (@bkwinterdog) and like her Facebook page!

Where to buy Winter Ramos tell-all book Game Over

And in case you wanted to know a little more about Winter Ramos’ background, here’s her bio from VH1:

Winter has worked behind the scenes in the Hip-Hop industry for more than 10 years and consulted as a wardrobe stylist for labels such as Ruff Ryders, Murder Inc., Full Surface and Def Jam. She is mostly known for her position as executive assistant to platinum recording artist Fabolous. From there, Winter took her talents down to South Beach and obtained a position as executive assistant to, the CEO of Slip-N-Slide Records, Ted Lucas.

Currently, Winter holds the title of Creative Costume Designer for Flavor Unit Films based in Miami. She recently wrote a tell-all book about her experiences in the world of Hip-Hop, titled “The Love of Hip Hop” and serves up relationship advice in a bi-weekly, Ask Winter column for Hip-Hop Weekly.