Damon Dash produced a reality show for BET called "Ultimate Hustler", in which Dash determined which one of 15 entrepreneurs was the "ultimate hustler" through a series of business challenges.
John Coleman and John Rhodes filed a lawsuit against Dash, BET, Damon Dash Music Group, Dash Films and Huck Films claiming they originated the "Ultimate Hustler" concept.
Dame then asked him if he could give his son a job at the company and Envy said “No.” So, Dame then concluded that he is in fact not a man because a man should have no boss.
The first was when Roc-A-Fella Records was purchased by Def Jam Recordings (which had previously only owned half of the company) in 2004, after which Jay-Z agreed to take a job as Def Jam's president.Then, in late 2005, Jay-Z bought Dash out of his stake in Rocawear.Early this morning, former Roc-a-Fella CEO Dame Dash stopped by Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club morning show accompanied by battle rapper Murda Mook and OG Daniel to promote Dash’s new movie. According to Dash, calling a man your “boss” is equivalent to calling a man “daddy.” 6. was when he explained-and kind of belittled-DJ Envy on not being a boss.The short version is that Dame asked Envy does he own the station that he works at and Envy responded “yes,” because he does own shares of the company.