Vanilla Ice spends most of his time these days flipping houses for his DIY series The Vanilla Ice Project, but back at the peak of his fame in the early Nineties, his life was much, much crazier. Ice recently shared this story during a visit to the Rolling Stone studio, in which a beautiful woman stalks him around the globe. "They were trying to get me to convert because of my birthday," says Ice. "My birthday is Halloween, which is Hallow's Eve to them."
Vanilla Ice On being stalked by a Satanist
Rapper tells a story from his early days as a pop superstar
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