Shady Bizzness' Life as Eminem's Bodyguard in an Industry of Paper Gangsters

  • by Byron Bernard Williams
  • Narrated by John Wray
  • 5 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

This story is based on the factual ills of "white rapper" and Hip-Hop phenomenon, "Eminem". Shady Bizzness tells about real life events of his public and private lifestyle. The book details the good times, hardships, drug abuse, domestic violence, scandals, sex, near-death experiences, murder, oppression of employees, and bitter betrayal. Shady Bizzness is everything a parent despises, thugs love, groupies lust over, and wives hate!
Shady Bizzness Platform: Williams has a platform of 250,000 fans World Wide via You-tube, Facebook, Twitter, Internet and International Book sales since the year 2000. His fan club continues to grow daily as each generation discovers the existence of Eminem and his timeless music. Lastly, Williams has produced and appeared in several Eminem documentaries world wide.

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What the Critics Say

"Shady Bizzness was disturbing and intense! It was like a good scary movie!" (People Magazine)
"It was brilliantly written!" (MSNBC)
"It's definitely a good read." (The Queen Latifah Show)

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Do NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THIS BS

I would like to first start off and say I'm not a die hard eminem fan. He is good I like him but I'm not into like a lot of other people are. This book is filled and written by a disgruntled employee. Who seems to have been about to get fired for constant complaints and righteousness. It is 5 hours of this guy saying why he feels he is owed more then what he is getting. Makes you think why didn't he quit a week into work. It is garbage. Filled with " they are racial undertones" this is a black white thing. And then this guy gos on to say he is a man on GOD and is better then and I quote "the Jew and the white trash boy". Wich is racial in it's own right. This is what is wrong with America today I hop the author understands ( Mathew 5:20. ). He wants to quote the bible maybe he needs to re read it. Wow bro. Find another way to make money on your own not through other people. Horrible book.
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- Michael

Good Book

I enjoyed the story. I thought it was believable; however, it was definitely a memoir that could be true or completely false. I did think the narrator was a strange pick. Having an older White gentleman using hip-hop terminology was a bit weird.
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- kevin shaun martin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-06-2012
  • Publisher: Manage Me Productions, LLC (Consignment)