Amber Rose’s former publicist is putting her thieving ways on BLAST. Janero Marchand claims the stripper turned “model” stole money from him, Kanye West, and others. And once he told Kanye that Amber was stealing from him—THAT is what led to their break up. Not Kim Kardashian like Amber is claiming.
We spoke to Janero today to get more details….
Janero made some serious allegations today against his former client Amber Rose. He tweeted about not only introducing Amber to Kanye (whom he worked closely with behind the scenes), but about Amber stealing Janero’s “agent” cut when he booked her for ‘Ye’s “Robocop” video. She got paid $100,000 for the video, and he claims she stole HIS 20% cut as well! And was plotting to steal from Kanye too.
Mr. Marchand gave TheYBF.com the additional juicy details. He revealed that Amber’s infidelity and stealing are the real reasons behind their breakup. And since he hates seeing how Amber is dragging other people’s names through the mud to cover her own wrong doings, he’s revealing ALL.
Janero tells TheYBF.com:
I was the person who introduced Kanye West and Amber Rose. Amber wanted me to lie to Kanye when he asked me about her stealing. My integrity and morals I was raised on would not allow me to do something like that.
I just want the public to know that I am a man that conducts my business with integrity and morals. And I support my clients 100% until they do something that is unethical or unlawful business wise. I never had intentions to speak on this subject, but seeing Amber being dishonest to the media about the reason she and Kanye broke up was the last straw. Kanye is a good person. He helped book my first two music videos, and if it wasn’t for him co-signing Amber, she would not be in the position she is in today.
Amber Rose allowed fame, money, and greed to get in the way of her self respect, dignity, and morals. Kim Kardashian did not break up their relationship, Amber did. Amber’s lack of gratitude and disrespect for the people who paved the way for her is unconscionable and repugnant.
Through it all, I still wish her the best and forgive her for what she did and said to me. I just want the truth to be out there.
Janero broke down exactly how Amber pulled a sneaky move to steal his cut of the booking fee:
That “Robocop” video was set to really break Amber’s career and make her a movie star since 90% of the video was centered around her. It was a million dollar budget video, one of Kanye’s most expensive videos. Amber got paid $100,000 for it and I was suppose to get 20% of that, but she had the people pay her directly and try and cut me out of the equation with hopes I never found out. I knew the guy who paid her for the video and he later told me about it. And when I asked her about the money, she was caught off guard that I knew she already got paid. And told me she only got $10,000, but didn’t know I saw the receipt of how much she got paid. So that ended our business relationship indefinitely.
Interestingly, we broke the initial story about these stealing allegations over two years ago.
Janero tweeted the above letter Amber sent to him, and this little nugget: “Amber & her brother Antonio were going to Hawaii plotting & stealing money from Kanye. I didn’t want anything to do with it so YES I told Ye.” Sounds like Amber didn’t regard him as a real agent of hers
And about why that “Robocop” video never got released, Janero revealed:
“The “Robocop” video never got released because of Amber’s infidelity. It was put on hold and never released after Kanye caught Amber cheating. Kanye to this day thanked me for my honesty.”
He continued: “Once I told Kanye the truth, he later caught Amber red handed when she accidentally called an ex of hers with him on the phone. He wrote a song about it called “Blame Game”.
Need more details? Janero is set to release his documentary, “The Michael Jordan of Models: This Is Janero,” in February where the Amber/Kanye story will be discussed in detail.
Amber’s reps have not yet responded to our request for statement.
Oh what tangled web we weave….
DAMN!!! THAT SHIT CRAY!!!
This only confirms two things everyone suspected:
1. The fact that Amber is calling him a “snitch” gives validity to his claims. She is a gold digger like most people were saying.
2. Blame Game and the whole “Yeezy Taught Me” thing was directed at Amber Rose.
The Believer [G.aining O.ne’s D.efiniton] by PS
Common debuted in 1992 with the album Can I Borrow a Dollar? and maintained a significant underground following into the late 1990s, after which he gained notable mainstream success through his work with the Soulquarians. His first major-label album,Like Water for Chocolate, received widespread critical acclaim and tremendous commercial success. His first Grammy award was in 2003 for Best R&B Song for “Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip-Hop)” with Erykah Badu. Its popularity was matched by May 2005’s Be, which was nominated in the 2006 Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album. Common was awarded his second Grammy for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, for “Southside” (featuring Kanye West), from his July 2007 album Finding Forever. His best-of album, Thisisme Then: The Best of Common, was released on November 27, 2007.
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His latest album, The Dreamer, The Believer drops December 20th, 2011.
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