North West is easier to take care of than her father, according to one of his former bodyguards, who also claims Kanye West wants to be so pampered that he won't even push elevator buttons.
Steve Stanulis, whose client list has included Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire, said he was actually fired by Kanye for introducing himself to Kim Kardashian West, he told The Sun.
"I had to look after his toddler daughter once and it was so much easier than babysitting the father," he said. "I've been employed by a lot of high-end people but I've never worked for someone like him. He's 10 times worse than what you see."
He only worked with the couple for two weeks, but he was prepared for the job being temporary.
"I was told, 'Don't expect to last long. He goes through a lot of guys and some don't even last the first hour,'" he said.
The bodyguard claims that Kanye's antics were apparent from the very beginning.
"We headed to his music studio. When we got into the elevator Kanye just stood there with his arms folded and said, 'Aren't you going to press the button?'"
Steve said Kanye "flipped out" when he said he didn't know what floor they were supposed to go to.
Kanye was "squealing that his time was precious and that he couldn't believe I hadn't called ahead to find out which floor he worked on," Steve said. "I was amazed by the amount of bizarre behavior I saw in just two weeks. It is his world and everyone just exists within it. I don't know how Kim stays married to him."
"He got annoyed because I 'got in his shot' once when the paparazzi were taking pictures," Steve said.
During his two-week employment, Steve claims he was told to never speak or really acknowledge Kim. Kanye, he said, saw him introducing himself to Kim at the Met Gala in early May and fired him immediately.
Steve said, "He is the most condescending person I have ever met."