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Kanye West and his former bodyguard Steve Stanilus in an undated photo.

Kanye West’s former bodyguard spills information about rapper in interview

23 May 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Kaye West’s former bodyguard has released some information about his former employer in a new interview and most of them are peculiar and strange behaviors of the rapper.

The bodyguard, former New York police officer Steve Stanilus , was reportedly fired by West after the rapper saw him talking to his wife Kim Kardashian in a corridor. This comes after Stanilus was said to be banned from talking to the reality star.

Accordingly, Stanilus ran into Kim and did not even have any chance to say anything to the reality star. West saw them and he did not say anything but after that, Stanilus was given a message that his services are no longer needed.

Stanilus said in a statement, "I've been employed by a lot of high-end people but I've never worked for someone like him. He's ten times worse than what you see. You just never knew what would trigger a meltdown." The bodyguard worked for Hollywood stars like Tobey Maguire and Leonardo DiCaprio in the past.

The former bodyguard of West also claimed that the rapper refused to press buttons for the lift and would scream about being angry when a bodyguard did not phone in advance to know about what floor where the meeting will took place. Stanilus also said that West never apologizes.

Stanilus also claimed that another bodyguard was fired from his duties after he touched West’s shoulder. The bodyguard was said to be doing his job about getting West safely into his car through a crowd of paparazzi.

The former bodyguard of West also said, “It is his world and everyone just exists within it. I don’t know how Kim stays married to him. I had to look after his toddler daughter once and it was so much easier than babysitting the father.”

Stanilus was employed for West for only two weeks. West and his representatives are yet to comment.