In an effort to capitalize on her rediscovered fame due to her VH1 reality show, Pepa, one half of the groundbreaking female rap group Salt-n-Pepa, has set out to release her autobiography, “Let’s Talk About Pep,” through VH1 Books. “This is the real Pepa,” Pepa (born Sandy Denton) revealed in a statement. “And this is the memoir of a true pioneer, fighter, survivor, and inspiration to women everywhere.” The novel will offer a candid look at Pep’s life, including her early battles as a victim of child abuse, her marriage to rapper Treach, her divorce and domestic violence. Pep also dishes on some of the intimate details of her professional career including the group’s 2002 split and subsequent reunion, courtesy of reality TV. Queen Latifah penned the book’s introduction and Missy Elliott closes it out with the epilogue. Other celebrities like LL Cool J, Martin Lawrence, and Spinderella, also make cameos. “Let’s Talk About Pep” is scheduled to hit book stores some time in September.