Damon Dash is calling out Jay-Z again and is refuting claims that the two men are nearing a settlement in their “Reasonable Doubt” lawsuit.
This week, reports began to surface that a settlement was in the works after Jay-Z sued his former partner for trying to auction off an NFT of Hov’s classic debut studio album without his permission. However, according to Dash, he was only attempting to sell his one-third stake in Roc-A-Fella Records. He later countersued Hov and Roc-A-Fella for $1 million. Dash now says there are no talks of the case ending anytime soon.
“Please don’t believe this hype we are no where near a settlement,” Dash declared while sharing a screenshot of an article on the so-called settlement talks. “They accused me of doing something i did not do and now they have to prove it…and i can sell my share anytime I want #askthejudge,” he stated in an Instagram caption.
He also encouraged the rapper to call him so they could squash the matter “like men for the culture.”
On Tuesday, Hov’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, filed documents in Manhattan federal court stating that the former Roc-A-Fella leads were in talks of resolution to the case.
Jay-Z has not yet responded to Dash’s latest claims.