Kanye West’s former bodyguard is reportedly engaged on a tell-all documentary about working for the rapper.
Steve Stanulis, who labored with West in 2016 and witnessed his bipolar-related meltdowns whereas shadowing the rapper at New York Style Week and the Met Gala, instructed Web page Six producers at two studios are thinking about telling his story.
“They see this as a (movie) 48 Hours for actual, or a Deadly Weapon for actual,” he knowledgeable the publication, including: “It comes from my mouth.”
Explaining that: “On daily basis was a brand new journey,” whereas working for Kanye, Stanulis shared: “There are a ton of tales I haven’t instructed.”
Stanulis revealed he has recruited different bodyguards who labored for West, together with one who lasted simply 5 minutes with the star, for the tell-all, by which he will even focus on the lawsuits his former boss has thrown at him through the years.
“They threatened to sue me two separate occasions – as soon as again within the day, after which on a podcast this yr,” he stated, referring to his look on the Hollywood Uncooked podcast when he referred to as Kanye the “neediest, moodiest” individual he’d labored for.
“They threatened to sue me once more for $10 million, and my lawyer countered and it simply went away,” he continued.
In 2016, a consultant for West referred to as Stanulis a “unhappy, parasitic maniac”.
Final yr, the bodyguard threatened to file his personal authorized motion if West and his now-estranged spouse Kim Kardashian stored submitting fits in a bid to try to shut him up.
“Our consumer is being bullied right here, and we won’t stand for that,” Stanulis’ lawyer, Dmitriy Shakhnevich instructed Web page Six, insisting his consumer had by no means signed a confidentiality contract.