She also said she would write an autobiography that would expose the underage sex-trafficking industry. He gave her one directive: And Friday, Saturday, Sunday you had to bring two thousand. When I first started blasting these people… I never expected to do this. Authorities picked her up at the Nashville airport and sent her to confinement in Louisiana. As Johnyelsi puts it: And Friday, Saturday, Sunday you had to bring two thousand. By November of that year, an immigration judge changed one of Herrera's upcoming court dates — she contends without notifying her or her lawyer. By trash-talking every rapper who appeared in videos on WorldStarHipHop. It's late October, and just the day before, the year-old released her first single, a repetitious dis track called "Bitch Who," but on this Tuesday, she's more interested in her day job: Inside a dimly lit Miami Gardens office complex, she spends a half-hour crafting a perfectly composed photo for her 68, Instagram followers to tear apart. After she was released, Herrera went on a media tear, declaring her alter ego a thing of the past on local and national television, in hip-hop rags, and to anyone who would listen. Her WorldStar videos were shown in court. Her book is rather like the Chinese Democracy of memoirs: But her childhood was marred by what she describes as an absent mom and a mentally ill grandmother. Kat Stacks the swaggering, universally loathed video star had been replaced by an advocate for sex-trafficking victims and the DREAM Act. It's a huge, colorless rectangle directly across the street from Tootsie's Cabaret.