Damon and Jay-Z hit a massive doppelganger battle over ownership

Damon and Jay-Z hit a massive doppelganger battle over ownership ...

Damon Dash and Jay-Z, the two former Roc-A-Fella Records founders, had a history of their decades-long feud. Damon attempted to introduce the famous rappers debut album in June 1996 as an NFT. Jay-Z and Damon Dash have reached an impasse over the rights to a landmark album, Reasonable Doubt.

Damon, along with Jay-Z and the other co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, Kareem Biggs Burke, claims to own a third of the record. In June 2021, Jay-Z and his lawyers blocked the auction and sued Damon Dash.

Jay-Z and his legal team argued that Damon is simply a shareholder in RAF, Inc., which owns and manages the Reasonable Doubt asset. Jay-Z said that Damon had no authority to sell a corporate asset. However, the discussions ended in an impasse. According to AllHipHop, Jay-Z''s lawyer reveals the moment.

RAF, Inc. and Defendant Damon Dash have reached an impasse, and are currently unable to reach an agreement to resolve their claims andcounterclaims.

According to Alex Spiro, Damon has admitted to his lack of ownership in Reasonable Doubt through litigation. Jay-Z and his attorneys intend to dismiss Damons allegations that they violated his agreement because there is no genuine dispute of material fact. The legal battle will resume in June when Roc-A-Fella Records formally files for a summary judgment against Damon Dash.

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