Dame Dash Issues An Apology to Jay-Z, Jim Jones & Kareem Burkes

By on February 12, 2019

On Monday (Feb. 11), the co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records said that a real man can apologize, and he did just that. Not only did he say sorry to Hov, but also Cohen, Steve Stoute, Jim Jones and even Kareem “Biggs” Burke, who also helped found the now-dissolved label.

“I’m chilling I been minding my own business, I have no beef with anybody,” Dash said in the video. “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. Just because you don’t have the same morals or principles, it’s cool. I’m not angry no more.”
In a separate video, Dame recalled his recent conversation with Jim Jones. He revealed that he misses him like a brother and also offers an apology to the Dipset rapper. Dame moves on and apologizes to Biggs as well.
“You know, I called Jim Jones today, and I miss him,” Dash 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 fucked 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.”
For the unfamiliar, Jones and Dash have been beefing in the public eye since 2014 after the Diplomat lyricist called him a “culture vulture.” Dash fired back at Jones a few months later but their issues seemed to go unresolved until now.