Music executive Lyor Cohen appeared on the RapRadar Podcast this week, where he discussed the success of his 300 Entertainment and artists like Fetty Wap.
During the interview, he was asked about Dame Dash’s accusations of him being a “culture vulture,” to which he replied: “It would bother me if it came from a credible source… I can’t give any light to that. It’s a clown right now.”
Well, the discussion got back to Dame, who took the opportunity to call out Cohen, once again, for being a “culture Vulture.”
“Just like a #CultureVulture won’t answer a direct question and gonna have the nerve to try to discredit a good positive man from our culture for telling the truth in an intelligent way…” the Roc-A-Fella co-founder wrote.
“They always try to make us think we are winning when we losing when they are trying to rob us …and he still can’t get a dollar from his own culture…I’m not credible?…. Who’s the clown?…And he’s like 70 still trying to get money off the rap game…nobody’s checking for that… The plantation game is over my culture is smarter then that these days..”
Dame previously blamed Cohen for the demise of Roc-A-Fella Records, and driving a wedge between him and Jay Z.
Cohen was an executive at Def Jam Recordings, during Roc-A-Fella’s partnership with the label.