Shady Bizzness: Eminem Exposed, Creates More Controversy World Wide

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Best selling author Byron "Big Naz" Williams, former bodyguard and assistant for todayÂ?s most controversial Hip Hop megastar, Eminem aka Marshall Mathers, struck a deal with Koch Books to re-publish "Shady Bizzness, Life as EminemÂ?s bodyguard in an Industry of Paper Gangsters." The revised offering brings more than thirty pages of new material as well as previously unpublished behind the scenes photographs.

Best selling author Byron "Big Naz" Williams, former bodyguard and assistant for today’s most controversial Hip Hop megastar, Eminem aka Marshall Mathers, struck a deal with Koch Books to re-publish "Shady Bizzness, Life as Eminem’s bodyguard in an Industry of Paper Gangsters." The revised offering brings more than thirty pages of new material as well as previously unpublished behind the scenes photographs. Signing an exclusive publishing deal with Koch Books, Byron Williams provides via "Shady Bizzness," a heretofore unheard of expose into the inner workings of the machine that makes superstars and allows them to self-destruct, piece-by-piece. The revised version hit retail stores August 9, 2005 to overwhelming response. Internet requests on Amazon.com shocked publishers who are racing to fulfill demand.

Shady Bizzness is a historical hip-hop classic by best selling author Byron Williams and is the first book EVER published on Eminem from an insider standpoint. This story is based on the factual ills of white rapper and hip-hop phenom, Eminem. Shady Bizzness tells about real life events of his public and private lifestyle. The book details the good time, hardships, drug abuse, domestic violence, scandals, sex, near-death experiences, murder, oppression of employees and bitter betrayal.

Reviews:

"Shady Bizzness was disturbing and intense! It was like a good scary movie!" People Magazine

"It was brilliantly written!" MSNBC

"It was brave! I couldn’t put the book down!" K. Osario, Chief Editor, Source Magazine

"I loved it!" Jenny Jones

"Shocking!" Fox News

"Probably the most controversial music tell-all written!" Court TV Crior Today Show

Byron "Big-Naz" Williams achieved international best-seller status with the first release of "Shady Bizzness" and with the added material of this revision; he pulls out all of the stops. No longer mired in the trappings of client confidentiality, the revised version lets it all hang out…no holds barred. Williams has been entrusted with executive protection duties for some of the top names in the entertainment industry and political sector, including presidential candidates! Williams currently maintains full licensure nationwide and his company On Point Executive Protection is one of the most sought out domestic protection companies when the going may get tough.

Williams, a graduate of Olivet College in Michigan and a former Michigan State Peace Officer, debunks the stereotype of dumb jock celebrity bodyguards and has penned a second non-fiction title, "Womanizer" which exposes the human side of one of the industry’s most talked about executive protection specialists. Williams often speaks on the subject of interpersonal relationships and his experience with the tough side of life has provided him an exceptional insight to share with family men worldwide. "Womanizer" is set for release September 9, 2005, alongside the re-release of Shady Bizzness.

For further information, please contact Jerry Doby of Doby Public Relations at 785-274-7078.

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