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Record producer Damon Dash attends a special screening of 'The Wrestler' hosted by The Cinema Society and Entertainment Weekly at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room on December 8, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images)

Some might argue that split between Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash (Dame Dash) and hip-hop mogul Jay-Z 15 years ago still has an impact on hip-hop today.

Dash has always been confident and outspoken and his persona has certainly made him a few enemies over the years. As noted by Complex, it’s not clear what went down between him and Jigga but it seems time does indeed heal all wounds as Dash has decided to publicly apologize to those he has wronged.

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In a video posted to his Instagram, Dame Dash said, “I’m chilling I been minding my own business, I have no beef with anybody.” He then starts to apologize. “So JAY-Z if I’ve offended you, I apologize. Lyor Cohen if I offended you I apologize. Steve Stoute if I offended you I apologize. […] It’s cool, I’m not angry no more.”

 

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In a follow-up video, Dash also issued apologies to Jim Jones and Kareem “Biggs” Burke.

“You know, I called Jim Jones today, and I miss him,” he said. “I don’t know if y’all know but I miss him. As a brother, I love his family. I want him to be happy. And Jay, you know, the friendship we had was cool, man. I just miss it. But whatever you doing you doing I’m cool with it bro. I’m sorry man, I wasn’t myself for a second you had me f*cked up. And Biggs I’m sorry bro, if I offended you, whatever you doing I’m with it, I love you man. I know you’re mad at me but whatever, I can admit it.”

In case you missed it Dash and Jones started beefing in 2014 when Jones called him a “culture vulture.”

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Meanwhile, it was recently revealed by former producer Choke No Joke that Jay-Z’s friendship with Dash might have soured due to Dash’s interest in Beyoncé.

“There was a point at Roc-A-Fella when Dame wasn’t allowed around Beyoncé,” the producer said. “Everybody that worked there at that time knew […] because he was a creep […] Beyonce wasn’t going for that shit. And the only reason why Aaliyah might have gone for it was because he wouldn’t be public with her.”

 

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