Scott Disick’s former manager, David Weintraub, has slammed his ex-client in a scathing interview, whereby he claimed that fame and fortune had changed the “entitled” reality star.
The Hollywood agent, who manages the careers of pop culture celebrities, opened up about his relationship with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star in a new podcast, saying he acted like a “d***” and often destroyed deals because he “wanted too much money.”
Speaking on the Allegedly show with hosts Theo Von and Matthew Cole Weiss, David criticised: “[Scott] actually thinks he’s some big superstar who has talent and does stuff.
“When you get a lot of fame for not really doing anything, or you get a lot of money for not really doing anything, you have to remember how you got there.
“Don’t change as a person. I love Scott to death, but game and money changed who he is. He’s got to remember who he is and where he comes from.”
Despite his words of advice, David admitted that his long-time friend, who has a reported net-worth of $12 million, always felt “entitled” even before he made it into the public eye.
He explained: “He always felt like he was entitled, but like you’ve really got to have talent. When you’re lucky to be famous, and you’re lucky to make money, it’s different.
“I brought him tons and tons of deals that he f***** up, f***** up my relationships with people because either he didn’t perform, or he wanted too much money, or he was a d***, or he did a deal and then f***** it off, and everybody has egg on their face.”
As the saying goes, when life gives you eggs, make an omelette.