20 Things We Learned From Dame Dash's Heated Interview With The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 Mar 13, 2015 [YouTube Video]

Sebastien Francois

by Sebastien Francois

Published March 13, 2015

Early this morning, former Roc-a-Fella CEO Dame Dash stopped by Power 105.1's Breakfast Club morning show accompanied by battle rapper Murda Mook and OG Daniel to promote Dash's new movie. However, they were severely sidetracked by other topics that led to a heated debate. Here's a few facts we learned in the Breakfast Club's highly requested, longest interview to date.

1. Dame Dash is friends with URL battle rapper and fellow Harlem native Murda Mook.

2. Dame is promoting his new movie Loisaidas, starring Mook and Daniels.

3. He gets pretty irritated when asked about the situation involving him and prior business partner Jay-Z.

4. He hasn't seen Jay-Z but two times in 15 years.

5. According to Dash, calling a man your "boss" is equivalent to calling a man "daddy."

6. Apparently Dash is passionate about being his own boss, and he tried to tear down DJ Envy for not being self-employed.

7. Dash's 23-year-old son owns his own restaurant called "Buns."

8. Dame believes that all men are not to be trusted. In his opinion, men should surrounded themselves with women.

9. Dash is disappointment with fellow film director Spike Lee for called him "arrogant" and his refusal for them to work together.

10. Slain Harlem rapper Big L was going to sign to Roc-a-Fella at one point in his career.

11. Jay-Z and Big L battled each other in Harlem on 139th street.

12. Actor Malik Yoba grew up in the same housing complex as Dash.

13. Dash and Cam'Ron planned on opening a restaurant together but it did not work out.

14. According to Dash, Def Jam executive Lyor Cohen was never his boss.

15. Another Dame Dash jewel: Jobs are for lazy people who don't want to invest in themselves.

16. Dame owns an art gallery in New York City, "The Dash Gallery." He also owns one in China.

17. Drake challenged Murda Mook to a rap battle.

18. Dame was shocked when he heard the lyrical content of Jay-Z's "Supa Ugly," his reply to Nas' diss track "Ether." He believes Jay shouldn't have replied.

19. Dash wrote a book called "The Culture's Vultures." It hasn't been published.

20. P. Diddy didn't clear The Notorious B.I.G to be in Jay-Z's video for his 1996 single "Brooklyn's Finest," which featured B.I.G.


Source: The Breakfast Club 2015

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