XXL later published an article that claimed the pair weren’t, in fact, buying the business, which has since been deleted. Following the piece, Dame took to Instagram to criticize the mag for spreading the “wrong info.”
“Hey Xxl… I think you better smack your source in the mouth… He’s giving you the wrong info and your reporting it to all these good people…,” he wrote.
He also took the opportunity to bash Marc Ecko once again. “Marc Ecko dont get scared… But you disrespected the wrong dude… I’m on your heels #culturevulture …. Anybody@complex need a job let me know,” Dash wrote.
On Monday (March 23), he called Ecko “the fashion version of Lyor Cohen,” claiming that Ecko’s business model is to “make money off of urban people..”