On Wednesday, Kim Kardashian West‘s ex-bodyguard commented on the armed robbery the celebutante faced while she was in Paris for Fashion Week. Unsurprisingly, Steve Stanulis had little to no sympathy for the KUWTK starlet as he dubbed the heist a product of “karma”. Oof!
As you surely know, Steve has bad blood with the Kardashian-West clan as he was fired by the All Day rapper back in May for supposedly flirting with the mother-of-two. Eek!
So it’s no wonder the security expert has A LOT to say about the reality TV vet’s recent trauma. During an appearance on The Project, Stanulis stated he believes it’s unlikely that the A-lister will stop flaunting her lavish lifestyle on social media as it’s what “made” her and her family.
“First of all, they’ll [the Kardashians] never stop posting. That will never change. That’s what made them, especially Kim, and that’s what she’ll continue to do.”
Hmmm, fair point. However, Steve wasn’t as kind about Kimmy and the armed robbery when talking about the attack with radio hosts Sam Frost and Rove McManus. When asked if he could’ve prevented this crime, Kardashian’s former body man quipped:
“I don’t know if I could have taken down five assailants with guns, [or] it could be karma coming around.”
DANGGG! Tell us how you really feel, man.
And this isn’t even the first time Steve has criticized Kimye this week. On Tuesday, Stanulis shared on Good Morning Britain:
“Look, they had this coming to them. They do not respect the importance of security when you have a profile as strong as theirs. When I worked for them Kanye would take off on his own in a cab and leave me behind to take another cab. It used to infuriate me as I wasn’t doing my job as well as I could have.”
Steve also claimed that when he was employed by ‘Ye, the hitmaker used to go out to dinner and make him sit at a nearby table where he wouldn’t even be offered a glass of water. Bitter, much?
Nonetheless, the disgraced bodyguard is pretty confident that this heist was an inside job. He concluded:
“They went to an exclusive place, with exclusive entrances, they knew exactly where to go, where to find the jewelry. Security was out with the sisters and Kim had been showing all the jewelry on Snapchat. It’s a perfect storm to get robbed.”
What do YOU think? Does Steve have a point?
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