Dame Dash Still Salty Over Jay-Z’s Success, Says Jay “Did What A Criminal Would Do”

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Dame Dash and Jay-Z In Happier Times

D*mn Dame! You want some cheese with that whine? In a recent interview, Dame is STILL complaining about how foul Jay is. Pop it to see him do what he does best: hate.

We should all have high blood pressure from Dame Dash’s saltyness. No wonder they call him Mr. Dash. In an interview with The Village Voice Dame talked about his departure from Jay (again) and how the deal went sour:

Jay decided to sever business ties with his fellow founders; their stake in the company was sold back to Island Def Jam for a reported $10 million, while controlling interests in the remaining clothing, film, and alcohol ventures were sliced up. Jay signed a three-year contract to become president and CEO of Def Jam—a position he would leave in 2008 for Live Nation. He offered the rights to the name “Roc-a-Fella” to Dash and Biggs in exchange for the recording masters to Reasonable Doubt, but the pair wouldn’t make the deal. “We all earned those masters,” Dash says.

This turn of events remains bewildering. “The people that I was helping, once they realized their dreams, they did what a criminal would do,” Dash continues. “They stabbed you in the back. Think about the frustration of building a brand for years that should be taking care of your family, and then the person that was the closest to you saying, ‘Nah, you can’t have no parts of it,’ and flushing it.”

Poor Dame. He mad cuz the Camel won’t give him free hump rides. Didn’t Jay tell you he ain’t Santa. Get off his lap!




    I’m bitter to and I didn’t even have sh&t to do wit it.

  • Nard
  • Who? Me

    I can understand his frustration.

  • ukno

    Yep and Beyonce’s NEXT. The sad is that she don’t even realizes it.

  • WhiteDevil

    This kind of thing happens all the time in conventional business as well as the entertainment field. Men and women who have self doubt about their worth as human beings often act in rather cold hearted ways towards their former partners and “bros/sistahs”. It comes from a mindset that only ONE can be the winner in life, and that others must loose for them to succeed. If history proves out, around age 60 or so, Jay-Z will be beset by guilt and attempt to reshape his personal “history” to be more favorable to his decisions.

  • BadAzz

    its f’d up tho jay soul him out for the white man turn’d his back on the brother that was down with him from day one smdh….

  • http://www.djtwoods.com DJTWoods

    All I can say is Waka! Waka! Waka! you know Fonzy Bear. Business is Business. I parted ways with a few in my day too. Register to http://www.djtwoods.com Follow the movement!!

  • kila93

    Dame Dash didn’t want any parts of the illuminati anymore. Jay-z sold him out b/c he was the only one who knew about dame d, urv gotti and suge night plans on starting there own record cmpy that wasnt affiliated w/ the illuminati. Jay z sold his soul ratted them out and reaped the benefits. If you dnt believe me google it.

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