Kanye West and his former bodyguard have seemed to find themselves on opposite ends of a potential lawsuit.

In a recent interview, former NYPD cop Steve Stanulis speaks of West in a negative manner, with Page Six reporting he called the rapper a “spoiled superstar” who refused to press elevator buttons and wouldn’t allow staff to speak in his presence.

Such claims by Stanulis have driven West to react by threatening to sue him for $30 million. West claims his ex-bodyguard signed a confidentiality agreement before working with him and his wife, Kim Kardashian.

The former cop insists he never signed that document. “After I had finished working with them, and my first comments came out in the press, Kanye’s head of security wanted to meet me and asked me to sign a post-dated confidentiality agreement, and I refused. That would be like putting my head on the guillotine and pulling the lever.”

Considering their method of retaliation, the Wests obviously didn’t take well to those statements.

A rep for Kim and Kanye told Complex: “The West family will no longer tolerate the spreading and selling of fake stories in a desperate, transparent and shameless attempt for publicity at their expense. This sad, parasitic maniac has violated every basic human tenet of decency with his story of lies. As such, the Wests will explore all legal means at their disposal to silence this nonsense.”

In addition to the aforementioned claims, Stanulis also referred to West as a number of other characterizations including “self-absorbed” and a “control freak.”

This certainly isn’t the first time there have been accusations of difficulty working with the West family, but only time will tell whether these accusations in particular are true.

Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor set for September (Rumor)

If there is one sure thing about the already-hyped boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor, it is the potential amount of money it would be able to generate.

This is also the reason why FOX Sports host Colin Cowherd is firm on his belief that the said fight will end up taking place in September of this year. In the recent episode of his podcast ‘The Herd’, Cowherd shared his own experiences of how such spectacles can easily draw people in.

“My intel is, Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather is going to happen. It changed late last week. Got a call, then somebody else sent me something yesterday and Saturday. We book rooms in Vegas. (This happens) in September.”

“I watched Evel Knievel as a kid. I watched Wide World of Sports. I watched presidential debates. Why do you have those debates? You have those debates not really to solve anything. It’s because CNN and FOX News, they can get big ratings and sell it to advertisers, and it’s commerce.”

“This is gonna be commerce,” Cowheard continued. “That’s what it’s gonna be.”

Cowherd argued that given the possible involvement of television giants such as CBS for Mayweather and FOX Sports for the UFC, everyone involved is bound to earn a huge payday.

“You’ve got FOX and CBS, you’ve got UFC, you’ve got boxing, you’ve got Floyd, you’ve got Conor. It’s gonna make a lot of money for people.”

Riff Raff Getting Sued; Turns Out To Be A Terrible Tenant

Tyga isn’t the only rapper who can’t (or won’t) pay his rent.

Riff Raff is being sued by his landlord for $68,500 for unpaid rent and damage to a pad that includes a 40 gallon fish tank, a mini casino and other baller type amenities.

Now this isn’t the 6,000 square foot Codeine Castle which Jody just bought in Las Vegas. He owns that property, so he is free to destroy it any way he sees fit.

So far no word from Riff’s camp on the lawsuit. But given that all the big rappers are getting sued these days it just adds to Jody Highroller’s sometimes questionable rap game credentials.

Kanye West Getting Sued Big For ‘New Slaves’ Sample

Hungarian composer Gabor Presser feels like he wasn’t properly compensated for his sample on Kanye West’s Yeezus track ‘New Slaves.’

So he’s suing ‘Ye for $2.5 million.

Presser concedes that he informally cleared the sample from his song ‘Gyöngyhajú lány’ right before Yeezus dropped.

West had sent him a $10,000 check after he got in contact. But Presser claims that that was just an advance to quickly move the process forward — since the album was already being promoted — and that they agreed the final price would be settled at a later date.

However, such a negotiation never took place. Now Presser, who didn’t cash the 10K check, wants to see Kanye in court because ‘Ye “knowingly and intentionally misappropriated one of Pressor’s songs for New Slaves without a signed licensed agreement.”

He’s also never received any royalties on the song.

Listen to the two track below.

How much do you think West should have to pay for the sample?

‘A-Rod’ From Bobby Shmurda’s ‘Hot Nigga’ Just Got 53 Years

Rashid “Rasha” Derissant — whom Bobby Shmurda called out as part of his GS9 “gun squad” in his hit ‘Hot Nigga’ — was sentenced to 98 1/3 years for conspiracy, murder and attempted murder on Tuesday.

“But GS for my gun squad
And bitch if it’s a problem we gon’ gun brawl
Shots poppin’ out the AR
I’m with Trigger, I’m with Rasha, I’m with A-Rod
Broad daylight and we gon’ let ’em things bark”

Alex “A-Rod” Crandon was also convicted of most of those same charges last month. His sentencing was today, and he “only” received 53 1/3 years.

“Please allow me the opportunity to become a productive citizen and raise my daughter to become one also,” A-Rod read in a statement before the judge put him away for five-plus decades.

Shmurda was arrested along with Rasha, A-Rod and ten other GS9 members in December of 2014. Bobby has been in jail ever since, and will face drugs, guns and conspiracy to commit murder charges in a trial that is set to begin September 12th.

Blake Lively criticised for ‘LA face with an Oakland booty’ Instagram post

Blake Lively has divided her fans and critics with an Instagram post including the lyrics “LA face with an Oakland booty.”

The actress shared images of herself from the front and from behind on her page during an appearance at Cannes Film Festival under the lyric from Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back”.

Lively was criticised for sharing the lyrics as a privileged white woman by some users, while the feminist blog Jezebel branded it “problematic” because of the division set up in the line. Screen Shot 2016-05-19 at 12.36.51 AM

I guess the ‘haters’ don’t remember the song….

Waka Flocka Flame Posts Controversial Video of Little Girl In a Dog Cage

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Waka Flocka Flame has people outraged with his Snapchat video of a crying toddler caged behind bars.

The Atlanta rapper apparently locked the little girl in a dog crate and pretended she was in jail and needed “bond” to get out. As she reached for him through the bars with tears in her eyes, he agreed to “let her out on bond”.

It’s unclear if the caging incident was a bizarre attempt to play “make believe you’re in jail” or if the toddler was in a “time-out” for misbehaving. There’s also no word on who the child belongs to.

People are going off on him on social media for being cruel and locking the crying toddler in a dog crate for the world to see.

As far as we know, he doesn’t have any biological kids just a stepdaughter whom he shares with his wife, Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star Tami Rivera. Other folks found the video funny but others are completely disappointed in his Waka Flocka’s behavior.

Either way, it may be safe to say, he really crossed the line with this one. His Instagram has been set to private.