Everyone has an opinion on the Kim Kardashian robbery. Former UFC superstar Ken Shamrock is the latest celebrity to offer his two cents on the crime heard around the world.

In Shamrock’s opinion, Kim did not bring enough security with her when she traveled to France.

“I think that there were a lot of mistakes made. When you have that many people that are very popular, and they are traveling — and they only have one guy that they brought with them, to stay with them for 24 hours and then they split up — well, someone is going to have to be left alone. In that situation I think it’s a huge mistake. You have to look at the whole picture, too, how much was this an error by security or the celebrities themselves? I don’t think that you can blame anybody, I just think that mistakes were made. I wouldn’t say, ‘yes,’ right away.” (TMZ Sports)

Ken also considered what precautions he would have taken if hired to protect Kim K.

“I have to make sure I get to know who I am working with and that we have an understanding. They have to be able to work with me — they can’t tell me how to work something when I’m on the job. That’s why I won’t do a whole lot of personal security because I can’t get the job done unless they allow me to do it. But, if I was there, I would not have left the hotel — I would have been in the lobby or somewhere in the hallway. And if the confrontation ever happened, they would have never gotten in the room.” (TMZ Sports)

Kim’s husband Kanye West has rescheduled a couple tour performances this week in light of the robbery.

West’s concerts booked this week at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo (Oct. 4) and the Palace at Auburn Hills, Detroit (Oct. 6) will now take place on Dec. 13 and Dec. 22, respectively. Ticketholders can use their original tickets on those dates, promoter Live Nation has announced. The concerts giant cites “family concerns” for the tour blip. (Billboard)

New York rapper Azealia Banks went to social media Monday (October 3) and ripped Kim’s security over the incident.

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