Christmas day at the home of Damon Dash, CEO of Roc-A-Fella Records isn't as exciting as you might imagine, for a man who helms a company worth a half billion dollars."It's boring because they [his children] got everything," Dash told AllHipHop.com. "It's like my son had his birthday and I still haven't bought him a present. And he's not like 'Where’s my gift?' It's not because I don't have the time, it's because I don't know what to get him. I ask him, 'What do you want?' and he says, 'I don't know."Dame said he takes his children out to shop and like many children, they can't decide what they want."Certain things that he asks for, he’s not getting like motor scooters and cars," Dame continued. "I'm like, 'Dog, you are 12.' I bought him a dirt bike once and he flew off a f*cking cliff. After that I was like, its not even worth it. That bike is still in the garage. That was four years ago."His partner, Jay-Z, is spending Christmas morning in the Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, handing out $10,000 worth of toys to children.This is the place where I was raised," Jay-Z said as he handed out toys. "This basically made me. My music is mostly about my life, so this is the place that made me."In related news, the investment group that Jay-Z is a part of recently upped their $275 million dollar bid for the New Jersey Nets.The bid puts them in the front to own the team, which they plan to bring to Jay's hometown of Brooklyn.The deal is expected to be finalized later this month. Jay-Z said his role will be recruiting talent and participating in the marketing of the team.