Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash has been making his media rounds, in support of his new film, Loisadas. His latest sit-down was with The Breakfast Club this week.
While the interview started off smooth, things got hostile when his Jay Z was brought up, refusing to discuss his former partner or his past.
“No more Jay Z questions,” Dame said.
“I don’t want to talk about other men,” he continued. “It bugs me out. Why are men so curious about other men? I’m never worried about another man that much.”
When asked about his past, specifically launching Roc-A-Fella with Jay, he responded, “I don’t want to talk about those days. It was 15 years ago… I haven’t seen Jay, but two times in 15 years.”
Later, host Angela Yee asked him about reports that he uses shady business tactics. “I’ve never not been honorable in business. Men don’t listen to social media. A real man doesn’t listen to a rumor,” he replied
Elsewhere, Dame went on the defense when asked if he considers himself a mogul, before explaining what he thinks it means to be your own boss.
“I’m not a mogul, I’m a tycoon. I sell oil. Don’t disrespect me and say I do everything everybody else does,” he said. “I put up my own money. All these so-called moguls you talking about, you name one of them that put their own dough up. You’re only the boss if you put up your own money.”