(AllHipHop News) Somehow a beef between Damon "Dame" Dash and Funkmaster Flex got entangled in the fallout from the Surviving R. Kelly docuseries. Funk Flex took issue with Dash engaging in a conversation with Nick Cannon about an unsubstantiated rumored relationship between an alleged teenage Foxy Brown and Dame's former business partner Jay-Z.
The Hot 97 deejay's critical Instagram comment on the matter mentioned Dame's ex-wife Rachel Roy. Dash took to his Instagram page to say he believes bringing his family into the situation was too far. The Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder even appeared to threaten legal action against Hot 97.
A real man knows never to mess with a mans family to prove a point it’s in poor taste and out of line and only a Desperate coward would go that far...careercoon @funkflex I’m letting you know now we have a problem but Im not dealing with a slave I’m gonna deal with your master @hot97 and Jeff [Smulyan, the CEO of Hot 97's parent company, Emmis Communications] your slave has gone to far on your behalf and it’s gonna cost you I suggest y’all holla at me before I holla at y’all it will be cheaper ...but I suggest you bench your slave before he cost y’all more trust me #staytuned #keepplaying @wsj @nymag @nytimes @wwd @vanlathan @tmz_tv @joebudden @revolttv @bet killing my culture as a [business] model has to stop
In another IG post, he wrote:
Lucky for y’all my daughter @ava_dash was raised right and could careless about what a coward thinks...because she’s surrounded with love ...and is confident enough to have the right perspective... and her own voice. #careercoons ...maybe spend some time loving your family rather then hating your own culture and @hot97 y’all gonna have to pay I’m letting you know now your Slave went to far staytuned #iwantthesmoke #ceobeef cowards would not understand @culturevultures_book in stores now and @96wordsforlove available now both of us have books out #investinwomen