(AllHipHop News) Dame Dash's one man mission of calling out "culture vultures" in Hip Hop has ruffled some feathers. When Dame decided to take aim at former Def Jam president Joie Manda, Hot 97's DJ Funkmaster Flex came to Manda's defense and threw a few shots at Dash in the process.
Dame later responded to Flex's on-air statements on Instagram and during an interview with Combat Jack. The issue between the two music industry veterans seems to now be settled. Dash spoke about the situation with VladTV.
"I'm living a good life, and I get to take care of my kids. That to me is all that counts. Indie rich is what I want. Slave broke is wack. That’s Flex money," said Dame. "And you know what I’m not even mad at you Flex. I’ve decided I’m not even f**king with you no more. You my n***a. Beef off. I'm not gonna let them have us mad each other. Joie's a herb, but I'm not mad at you dog."
During the interview Dame also mentions he wants to have a conversation with another Hot 97 personality - Ebro Darden.
"I was looking forward to having an intellectual debate with Ebro, but he just quit. He threw the white flag out," said Dame. "I wanted to have a conversation with him, because when no one's in the room he has a lot to say. I'm not going to speak on another man's business, but I definitely think it's disrespectful to be trying to talk to Chuck D any kinda way. He needs to blindly just listen to Chuck D. I know I would."