- Kanye West's former bodyguard, Steve Stanulis, has revealed one of the rules the rapper gave him when he started working for the star
- Steve said that he had to walk 10 steps behind him whenever they were out
- The celebrity bodyguard described the rule as ridiculous
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American rapper Kanye West's former bodyguard, Steve Stanulis, has spoken on what it looks like to work with the father of four.
Steve, who became a celebrity bodyguard after working as a policeman, did not seem to enjoy his job with the Ye crooner. According to him, some of Kanye's rules to him were 'ridiculous.'
Steve said that some of the rapper's rules did not make much sense, Metro reported.
"He wanted you to stay 10 paces behind him on a city street. So obviously if someone is going to come up and do something, by the time I try to run up and prevent it, it would have already happened," it was reported.
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The celebrity bodyguard recalled the first day he started working for the influential rapper. According to him, they didn't start on a good note.
Although Steve was supposed to meet Kanye at his studio, they met during fashion week.
Steve revealed that when Kanye got to the venue and entered the elevator, he was expecting him to push the elevator button to get them to the floor they were going to, meanwhile, he had no idea.
The bodyguard stated that when Kanye asked if he isn't going to push the button, Steve told him that he didn't know where they were going. According to Steve, Kanye started ranting until he gave him three options.
Steve said that he told Kanye to either tell him what button to push, push it himself or that they just sit together in the elevator. He said Kanye chose the first option.
Steve revealed that Kanye was not one of his favourite people to work with.
In other news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Kanye West's daughter North rapped during his Yeezy show in Paris.
The six-year-old brought the hall to a standstill after her father gave her the mic and she sure did her magic. With models standing behind her, North delivered an excellent performance in her rap which was loud and clear.
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