Kim and kanye West who just celebrated their second wedding anniversary no longer want to be associated with false publicity
Just like when the power couple sued YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley and he was forced to pay a hefty $440,000 to the couple.
Their former bodyguard may have fallen into the same trap, the couple is threatening to sue him with a multimillion-dollar lawsuit after slamming them in a recent interview with New York Daily News.
Kim and kanye West who just celebrated their second wedding anniversary no longer want to be associated with false publicity and whoever try to publicly humiliate their reputation should be willing to pay heavily and face a judge.
Steve Stanulis, a former NYPD cop who has moonlighted as a Chippendale dancer said he was just doing his job when West thought he was flirting with Kim and fired him in a fit of jealousy.
"I’m not having an affair with Kim Kardashian, I’m not f---ing Kim Kardashian, I’m not doing anything with Kim Kardashian," Stanulis told the Daily News Thursday. "Kanye needs to chill out."
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