New York City, NY – Notoriously outspoken Hip Hop mogul Dame Dash shared two movies Instagram on Monday (February 11) by which he provided apologies to JAY-Z, Lyor Cohen, Steve Stoute, Jim Jones, and former Rocafella accomplice Kareem “Biggs” Burke.
Funk Flex, who just lately went forwards and backwards with Dame following his interview on Nick Cannon’s Cannon’s Class, applauded him for being the larger man.
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This is the guy I met mid-nineties! I watched this guy build something out of nothing! I’m glad to see that man return! Social media would rather see him be a bull in a glass house! #RealMenApologize and @duskopoppington is a real man! He didn’t just apologize… he said what bothered him and he misses his friends! Don’t clown him for it applaud him! Only good can come from this! @duskopoppington I went hard at u man cause I felt the mogul I REMEMBER was stand up and that energy for a sec was not the guy I remember! Anything u need from me I’m here! It’s takes a big man to do what u did in this vid! Love and Respect moving forward!
“This is the man I met mid-nineties,” Flex wrote Instagram. “I watched this man construct one thing out of nothing! I’m glad to see that man return!
“He didn’t simply apologize… he stated what bothered him and he misses his mates! Don’t clown him for it applaud him,” he added, noting that apologizing made Dame an actual man.
Last month, Flex accused the mogul of stealing Aaliyah from JAY-Z. “Dame did a snake transfer… inform me I’m mendacity u piece of shit … that why the ROC crumbled you was touching Jayz chick (Remember the home within the Hamptons),” he wrote. The state of affairs escalated, with Dame calling on Hot 97 to fire the veteran DJ.
“I went onerous at u man trigger I felt the mogul I REMEMBER was arise and that vitality for a sec was not the man I keep in mind!” Flex recalled. “Anything u want from me I’m right here!”
Flex is aware of one thing about apologizing; throughout an interview with Meek Mill on December three, he—on the urging of Meek—apologized to Drake, noting that he’d be open to having an on-air dialog.