Eminem’s former bodyguard Big Naz adds one more story to his crazy moments spent with Eminem back in the days.
“Once Eminem and his team canceled checks for me cause I was going to quit if they would not pay me properly. I had to pay $6000 to the bank. I went apeshit. I went all the way Detroit. You don’t play with my money. You don’t play with my family. I called Eminem and he was explaining something. I said ‘don’t talk to me like that cause you are talking to somebody who knows everything about you. I know where you at all times a day, what you do, who you thinking about, who you going to see. I know everything that you do, so please don’t do that man.'”
“We had a big fallen out. Then I called Paul and I left a message to Paul and this is where I messed up. I said ‘if I don’t get my money back on my account we have a problem. You all got my wife fired [she was working at the bank at that time], you all pull the money that I already earned and now you all put me in a tight! I need that f**kin’ money or some s**t gon’ down.’ Paul takes the voicemail and sends it to to his attorney and attorney sends it to state police. The state police file a PPO. By this time, I’m driving to the Em’s house. I get there. There are Em and Kim. I knock on the door. Em was not there. Kim answered the door and whole house was in panic. ‘Oh my god, Naz is here to kill us all.’ I did go there with bulletproof vest on, heavy artillery. I was hoping to talk but I was prepared for war.”
“So Kim opened the door with holding Hailie. I said I don’t wanna problem. I’m here to see Em. I just want my money. She said Em’s not here and ask me to leave. As I turned to walk away Em’s is pulling up the street in high speed. I’m walking down the stairs. I’m showing my hands and I said I need to talk to you. He jumps out the trump and pulls out the gun that I took to get registered. He’s brandishing at me. But what he don’t know I got my 40 cow in my coat pocket. I got bulletproof vest on. I got two extra magazines. I said we need to talk. He was like ‘f**k that, get off my property. We went back and forth. He said that ain’t loyalty and I said I was more loyal than he thought. I said I loved you like a brother. And when I went to my car, he said ‘that ain’t loyalty. When the Death Row is at me, you left me.’ I said I gave you option to pay me more money. He was screaming ‘that ain’t loyalty as I was leaving.’ He was hurt that I left and I was hurt that I was leaving him. Cause I still felt guilty about leaving. I still feel guilty to this day man…”
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