Dame Dash talks Roc-A-Fella
Dame Dash seemed pretty nonchalant when reflecting on the end of Roc-A-Fella Records. When he dropped by “The Combat Jack Show” yesterday, he revealed that there was never a huge falling out between him and Jay-Z, whom he ran the company with.
“Things never really got f-cked up, it just got over. It wasn’t nothing, it was never f-cked up. Me and Jay wasn’t never arguing. Me and Jay never was beefing. It just was over; you understand what I’m saying? And Roc-A-Fella just didn’t exist any more.”
Damon doesn’t harbor any hard feelings towards Hov over dissolving Roc-A-Fella Records so suddenly, but he doesn’t think that the “99 Problems” rapper handled it in the best way. In fact, he feels like Jay really pulled the rug out from under a lot of people.
“I mean I thought the way Jay carried things was a betrayal to the company,” Dame said. He explained that in the company’s final days, he was already looking for way out, but he was concerned for the other people in the company. “I just felt like Roc-A-Fella should still exist. Like Cash Money still exists, like Bad Boy still exist, like every other label still exist.”