Damon Dash recently attempted to sell Jay Z’s 1996 debut album, “Reasonable Doubt,” as an NFT, but that didn’t work out well for him at all. Jay Z and Roc-A-Fella soon handed down a $1 million lawsuit against him, and now, he is speaking up about this situation, as it escalates.
In a new interview with HipHopDX, Dash calls this lawsuit against him “corny” and “embarrassing.” Dash added that he wasn’t even trying to sell the entire album as an NFT, just 1/3.
“From my perspective, it feels like this was all done to devalue this asset. I just don’t understand why. What’s odd is that they knew I was only trying to sell one-third, but they’re trying to say I tried to sell the whole thing. But we all know that that’s not the case, so why do they keep saying it? The question is, why is it such a big deal? Why is everyone so scared for me to sell my one-third?”
Dash went on to say that this situation could’ve simply been resolved with a phone call, and there is no need for a lawsuit. He added that if he’s getting swung on, he has to swing back.
Hopefully one day these brothers will work it all out.
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