Dame Dash Believed Jay-Z And Nas Beef Would Remain Nonviolent

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    Dame Dash Reflects on Rap Battles: From Jay-Z vs. Nas to Drake vs. Kendrick Lamar

    Dame Dash, the Roc-A-Fella co-founder, has been making headlines with his recent comments on rap battles, particularly the Drake vs. Kendrick Lamar situation. In a recent appearance on the Moguls In the Making podcast, Dash reflected on the intense battle between Jay-Z and Nas, comparing it to the current state of rap beefs.

    Dash made it clear that during the Jay-Z and Nas feud, he never feared for his life or Jay-Z’s life. He was confident that Nas would not escalate the situation to violence. “There was no fear of us getting hurt when it came to Nas,” Dash stated on the podcast. “We were never worried about that.”

    The mogul also drew a comparison to the infamous Biggie vs. 2Pac feud, noting that in today’s Hip Hop landscape, battles can sometimes have deadly consequences. Dash praised Nas for being a stand-up person and not resorting to violence during their feud.

    However, Dash did express his frustration with Jay-Z for apologizing to Nas after the release of the diss track “Super Ugly.” He felt that Jay-Z’s apology made them look bad and criticized Irv Gotti for his involvement in the situation.

    Despite the intense nature of rap battles, Dash emphasized that everyone involved in the Jay-Z and Nas feud has lived to reflect on it. His insights into the world of rap beefs shed light on the complexities and consequences of these high-stakes confrontations.