Last weekend, Kim Kardashian was robbed of over $10m in jewelry after her security details accompanied sister Kourtney to a nearby night club (read here). The incident has gained opinions from around the world.
The family's former security detail and personal bodyguard of Kanye West, Steve Stanulis, who was sacked after he reportedly flirted with Kim K back in May 2016, has reacted, calling the incident karma.
Stanulis said on Tuesday:
"I don't know if I could have taken down five assailants with guns, [or] it could be karma coming around.
"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,' he added.
"When he went out for dinner in a restaurant, I would sit on a separate table and he wouldn’t even offer me a glass of water."
Trying to drag Kim's present bodyguards into the matter, Stanulis suggested that the robbery looked like an inside job.
"They (robbers) went to an exclusive place, with exclusive entrances, they knew exactly where to go, where to find the jewellery."