TikTok star Cole Carrigan has apologized to Kanye West and Kim Kardashian after he was hit by a letter of termination and resignation from the former West bodyguard.
Page Six reported Friday that Carrigan, a makeup artist with nearly 350,000 followers, posted allegations on social media that former West bodyguard Steve Stanoulis had arranged a meeting for Carrigan and West at the W Hotel in November.
Stanulis’ lawyer called Carrigan’s allegations “completely and utterly untrue.” He added that Stanulis “categorically denies all these false and slanderous allegations” and said that Stanulis had never heard of Carrigan.
On Sunday, Carrigan posted a video of himself with West and Kardashian̵
“In order to stay out of court and not be tried, I have to apologize to Mr. West and Kim Kardashian West,” TikToker said in the video. “So, Kim, if you’re looking at this, I’m sorry, I said this honestly because of the simple fact that your husband is voting for Trump, and we just can’t have this clowning in America, so welcome. ”
He then says, “Secondly, I hope this doesn’t ruin my chances of getting on KKW’s list because I was dying for these contour bars.” KKW is Kardashian’s beauty line that recently completed a deal with Coty for 200 million dollars.
Stanulis told Page Six that he stopped working for West in 2016. Sources also told Page Six that West had never heard of or met Carrigan. Stanulis, who became a director, is working on his latest film, Red Money.
Stanulis’ legal letter demands that Carrigan apologize to him, as well as West and Kardashian, and stop publishing about him. (Carrigan never mentioned Stanulis in his publications, but included his image and name with some alleged direct messages.)
Six exclusively announced last week that West and Kardashian are heading for divorce. Subsequently, wild, unconfirmed fan rumors about the couple appeared online.