Roc-A-Fella Records Co-Founder Accused His Babymamas Of Not Letting Him Near Their Kids – But Dash’s Family Problems Stem From Him Not Paying Child Support
Damon Dash’s astonishing social media offensive against his children’s mothers’ is rooted in the fact that he owes them a “significant amount” of child support, Bossip has learned.
The mothers of Dash’s three children have all sued the rap mogul-turned independent filmmaker for owing back child support.
But instead of paying the women, Dash has lashed out at them and their lawyers on social media, accusing them of trying to separate him from his kids.
“Why doesn’t he just pay the child support?” a source with knowledge of the situation told BOSSIP. “Why embarrass the children’s mothers’ in public like this?”
“Why is it always someone else’s fault?”
Before posting a series of Instagram pics of his kids earlier this week, Dash aired his dirty laundry in a rant at ex-wife Rachel Roy, posting her picture and accusing her of barring him from seeing their daughters.
“If anybody speaks to Rachel_roy(sic) can you ask her why she is keeping my daughters away from me,” Dash wrote in a rambling post last week. “I know such a classy woman would never do something as distasteful as that unless advised by a low life scum bag lawyer like Donnell Suarez Rachel please don’t get caught up in this dude trying to separate me from my family so he can get paid but if I have to this will be a public fight and I’m going to tell the truth and you guys will not be making me look like a bad father so y’all can get more money…”
Dame used his teen daughter’s Instagram name in a series of posts about his tense family situation to his 188,000 followers, leading some to send vile messages to her. The girl’s mother spent several hours deleting the abuse, Bossip can reveal.
“What father would do that to a 15-year-old child?” the source told BOSSIP.
The state of New York has slapped a tax warrant on Dash, who owes more than $2 million in back taxes to the state. He’s also named as a defendant in at least two current lawsuits about business deals that went south.