Damon Dash is not here to play games when it comes to his ex-wife and kids. The celebrity father recently threatened legal action against Funkmaster Flex and Hot 97 after Flex responded to one of Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s posts.
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Lucky for y’all my daughter @ava_dash was raised right and could careless about what a coward thinks…because she’s surrounded with love …and is confident enough to have the right perspective… and her own voice. #careercoons …maybe spend some time loving your family rather then hating your own culture and @hot97 y’all gonna have to pay I’m letting you know now your Slave went to far staytuned #iwantthesmoke #ceobeef cowards would not understand @culturevultures_book in stores now and @96wordsforlove available now both of us have books out #investinwomen @pagesix @vanlathan @tmz @entertainmenttonight @balleralert @dailymail @vice @vibemagazine @jerrynews @worldstar
Jackson uploaded a video clip that highlighted Nick Cannon and Damon Dash’s recent discussion in Cannon’s Class series. The subject of Foxy Brown and Jay-Z sparked quite a debate during the segment as Nick touched on the notion of Jay-Z having inappropriate relations with Foxy when she was 16-years-old.
“At what age was Foxy Brown signed,” Nick Cannon asked Damon Dash. “I wasn’t paying attention to Foxy Brown,” Damon responded. The producer further explained, “I didn’t sign Foxy Brown. … Don’t beat around the bush. Say what you want to say. What do you mean by that question? What are you insinuating when you ask me about Foxy Brown?” Nick Cannon responded to the questions by saying, “I thought Foxy was 16 [years old]. That’s all I’m saying.” Damon ended the conversation by telling Nick Cannon to talk with Jay-Z about those things.
The heated segment was quite interesting for Curtis Jackson and others watching the drama unfold. “This show should be called ‘Two Suckers Chatting Class,'” 50 Cent said of Nick and Damon’s discussion. Funkmaster Flex decided to chime in with an opinion as well.
“Two grown men giggling like b*tches concerned about Jay-Z and who he touching! @duskpoppington x @nickcannon,” Flex wrote in response to 50 Cent’s comment. “Nick always commenting on a man’s chick (sic) … but can’t keep his chick (sic)! Dame intern/wife took all his sh*t. Y’all two are a f*cking disgrace from my era,” Flex concluded.
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A real man knows never to mess with a mans family to prove a point it’s in poor taste and out of line and only a Desperate coward would go that far…careercoon @funkflex I’m letting you know now we have a problem but Im not dealing with a slave I’m gonna deal with your master @hot97 and Jeff smulyan your slave has gone to far on your behalf and it’s gonna cost you I suggest y’all holla at me before I holla at y’all it will be cheaper …but I suggest you bench your slave before he cost y’all more trust me #staytuned #keepplaying @wsj @nymag @nytimes @wwd @vanlathan @tmz_tv @joebudden @revolttv @bet killing my culture as a buisness model has to stop
Damon Dash did not take the comment lying down. “A real man knows never to mess with a man’s family to prove a point it’s in poor taste and out of line and only a Desperate coward would go that far,” the producer responded.”Funkflex, I’m letting you know now we have a problem, but I’m not dealing with a slave. I’m gonna deal with your master @hot97 and Jeff Smulyan. Your slave has gone too far on your behalf and it’s gonna cost you. I suggest y’all holla at me before I holla at y’all; it will be cheaper.”
Damon Dash is the proud father of three children. The producer has two daughters, Tallulah and Ava Dash, with his ex-wife, Rachel Roy.