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Former MTV
producer's memoir to out hip-hop stars

Former MTV
producer's memoir to out hip-hop stars

Former MTV producer Terrance Dean has written a memoir titled Hiding in Hip-Hop: Confessions of a Down Low Brother in the Entertainment Industry, which will chronicle "the author's life as a closeted homosexual working in the film and music industry and his relationships with other closeted homosexuals--film stars, rap artists, and music producers," according to RadarOnline.com.

A spokesperson for the publisher told RadarOnline.com that the book will not name Dean's closeted exes but that they will be easy to identify, adding, "Let's put it this way--you'll know who they are. It's a no-holds-barred look at Hollywood and hip-hop and who's living on the down low."

Dean is the founder of a New York nonprofit group called Men's Empowerment that works to help men of color. The book was reportedly sold to Atria last week and should be released next year. (The Advocate)

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