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In 2013, Dame Dash and JAY-Z had one of the biggest fallouts in hip-hop history, as their record label, Roc-A-Fella embarked the end of their dynasty. Reigning from ’95 to ’03, the label rose to prominence after the release of Jay-Z’s sophomore album, In My Lifetime, Vol. 1.

After Jay-Z’s departure from the label, he has not been in the same space with his former business partner Dash except back in 2013 when they attended long time Roc A Fella associate Chaka Pilgrim’s birthday party.

However, the two remained distant. After 15 years, Damon Dash took to his Instagram a public apology towards  JAY-Z, Steve Stoute, Lyor Cohen, and Jim Jones.

“I’m minding my business. I have no beef with anybody. I’m looking past it,” Dash stated. “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 ’cause you don’t have the same morals and principles, it’s cool. I’m not angry no more. I did what I had to do. I was a little aggravated about Aaliyah, so y’all just caught the brunt end of it. It was therapy.”

Dash also apologized to Roc-A-Fella’s Kareem “Biggs” Burke: “I’m sorry man, I wasn’t myself for a second. Aaliyah had me fucked up. And Biggs, I’m sorry bro if I offended you,” Dame says. “Whatever you doing, I’m with it. I love you, man. I know y’all mad at me, but whatever, I’m sorry. I can admit it. When I make some money, I’ll send you something because you my brother. I love your family.”