When we last heard from Eminem's former bodyguard Byron “Big Naz” Williams he was telling a pretty wild tale about protecting Shady from Suge Knight at the 2001 Source awards.
He just dropped another dozy of story about Em on the Murder Master Music Show.
It all started when Williams went with Shady to get his gun registered.
“The last time that I seen Em, we both had our hands on our weapons,” Williams tells MMM. “That’s the last time I seen him. We had our hands on our guns man! O.K. Corral, man! That’s how the relationship ended with Em and I, we had our hands on our guns. And you know what’s funny? That was the same gun that I took Eminem to go get registered. In fact, he didn’t have any cash on him at the time and I paid for the gun to be registered. “It was about the money," he continued. "What ended up happening is it started off as a misunderstanding and it ended up being about money after a resignation and that's when things got ugly."Williams added that he considered shooting Eminem and since Shady drew first it would be self defense. But he realized a jury might be more sympathetic to rap's "golden boy" than they would be to him.
He also didn't want to go too much into the details of dispute, because he wants you to buy his book, Shady Bizzness: Life As Marshall Mathers’ Bodyguard In An Industry Of Paper Gangsters.
You can check out the interview below. Are you buying Williams' story?