Give me Dash against JAY-Z and Roc-A-Fella Records is getting ugly. All hip hop Reporting during a board meeting on June 22, Dash erupted into a spiel that was characterized as “angry, unprofessional and incoherent.”
Hov’s attorney, Alex Spiro, detailed Dash’s effort to “steal and auction” Roc-A-Fella’s property, Reasonable Doubt, in an NFT.
“Dash does not object to RAF, Inc.’s request for injunctive relief.” That’s no surprise – he was caught red-handed trying to steal and auction the property of RAF, Inc., an NFT of the copyright to Jay-Z’s debut album Reasonable Doubt, “said Alex Spiro. “Dash attempts to backtrack, claiming it intended to sell only its 1/3 stake in RAF, Inc, and for ‘unknown reasons’ SuperFarm misinterpreted its intentions. That is an obvious lie, but nonetheless, it is irrelevant here. “
Spiro revealed that there is no interest in preventing Dash from selling his interest in the company, but specifically in NFT. Spiro then gave details about the meeting.
“The board meeting lasted about 10 minutes … it would have been even shorter if Dash hadn’t erupted into an angry, unprofessional and incoherent spiel,” said Alex Spiro.