Dame Dash Says Jay-Z & R. Kelly's Joint Album Had Role In End Of Roc-A-Fella


Dame Dash not too long ago linked up with Kenyatta Griggs of Hip-Hop Motivation and within the new interview, the Roc-a-Fella co-founder spoke on the Surviving

Dame dated Aaliyah till her loss of life in 2001 and on this interview revealed how he felt concerning the Best of Both Worlds collaborative album that Kelly and Jay-z put collectively months after Aaliyah's loss of life, including that he strongly opposed the collab, and revealing that Jay-Z was conscious of Kelly's alleged abuse of Aaliyah.

While Dame refused to be credited on the album, he did take the earnings that he comprised of it and donated them to a breast most cancers consciousness group that Aaliyah supported.

"If you bear in mind The Best of Both Worlds, you do not see my identify on that.I by no means needed no a part of that," he begins.

"I do know I am not fuckin' with that [...] I knew, morally, we weren't the identical," Dash mentioned, referring to JAY. "So, to me, Roc-a-Fella was defunct. It was over. I could not fuck with it. It was one thing that, to me—I do not wanna say 'unforgivable,' however I could not perceive it."