Before the release of his new album ‘Kingdom Come’, Jay-Z talked for the first time about his split with Roc-A-Fella co-founder Damon Dash. “People rewrite history,” the rapper and record exec says to Elliott Wilson, editor in chief of XXL. “If they realized that, two years before, [Def Jam] offered me fu**ing $20 million to cut them out, and I didn’t do it. … You’re friends. You ain’t supposed to do that. I said no. You know, I couldn’t live.”
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