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New York rapper 50 Cent isn’t scared to call out any and everybody. The hip-hop veteran called out music executive Damon “Dame” Dash for going mum on a question about ex-affiliate JAY-Z and his relationship with protégé Foxy Brown.

Fif went to Instagram last night (January 10) to share footage of Dame urging interviewer Nick Cannon to ask JAY about his past connection to Foxy.

Last year, Def Jam Records co-founder talked about Dame giving him the “Ain’t No N*gga” single and getting blown away by Foxy outshining JAY.

Back in 2013, Foxy responded to rumors claiming she exposed JAY’s love for transsexuals.

But Foxy says the report is complete BS, telling TMZ … “The atrociousness of this story sickened me to my stomach. Any and everyone involved will be contacted by my attorney.” Foxy says, “In all my years in the music industry, these are the most disgusting and disrespectful allegations I’ve ever experienced. This fictitious story … with NO audio, visual or written interview, clearly was concocted with malicious intent.” (TMZ)

The same month, reports of Brown’s extreme claims started to circulate online.

Foxy Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, has revealed that her ticket to rap success came at a price — and that it all happened while she was underage. She says the man who put her on to the rap game, Jay Z (then 27-years-old), took her virginity when she was just 15-years-old — adding Hova (who she says has a ‘horse d*ck’) funded her shopping trips and pampering at hair and nail salons while she was still in high school…all to get into her panties! But that’s not all!!! Foxy claims Jay Z is an undercover tranny chaser. (illseed)

Back in 2009, Foxy penned an open blog post about her pre-fame days with Jay.

“15 years old,” she wrote. “Brooklyn…So, young Inga, young Shawn, Brooklyn’s Bonnie and Clyde…I created a f*ckin’ hip-hop classic…”Ain’t No N*gga!” And I finally got my name. The one and only Foxy Brown. Bad girl of rap. Fast forward the tape a number of years…On Riker’s Island. Looking at an eight-month bid. Since Shyne got 9, hip-hop’s been on trial…It was during those 23 hours, EVERYDAY, that I looked long and hard at myself. Who I was…from young Inga to Foxy Brown to a number on a docket…I learned to be grateful…grateful to be given another chance. And now I just got to show and prove…not to the world, but to myself.” (Global Grind)