According to Dame, he’s no longer seeking millions from Lee over a movie investment.
7:35 AM PT — Whatever amount of money Damon got in the settlement, he’s satisfied with it. He tells TMZ … “I’m good. Just happy 2 people from the culture could work things out.” According to docs, obtained by TMZ, both sides agreed to drop the matter and each will pay their own attorney’s fees. As we first reported … Dame was livid about the cash he’d given Lee to make a couple of movies. In fact, he got in Lee’s face during a Diana Ross concert earlier this year … demanding the dough. (TMZ)
In June, Daniels admitted he owed Dash for financially supporting him during his pre-fame days.
“This black man gave me money when nobody would give me money. He did it. We’re gonna squash it. He needs it right now and I’m happy to help him, ’cause he was helping me.” (
Dash also came forward to respond to Daniels’ promise.View this post on Instagram
We’re good bro…appreciate the honesty…time to move forward let’s forget the bubble gum shit and get the money… #staytuned @culturevultures_book available now thank everybody for all there support #honorablepeoplesticktogether @tmz_tv @deadline @foxnews @pagesix @vanlathan @vanityfair @voguemagazine @wsj @wwd @theshaderoom @worldstar
…View this post on Instagram
I don’t know why I have to go through this just to get the money I gave you bro @theoriginalbigdaddy or at least explain why your just not paying me…your a #culturevulture @culturevultures_book …thank you @tmz_tv @tmzlive @vanlathan for the platform #staytuned whoever works with Lee please ask him about this don’t just look the other way…you make money off the same culture you steal from and we from the same place
Back in 2014, Dash name-dropped music stars Kanye West and Mariah Carey in a lawsuit against Daniels for cheating him out of business ventures.
“There are pretty notable potential witnesses there,” said his lawyer Natraj Bhushan. Dash mentioned the renowned rapper and pop diva among those who can boost his assertion that he was cheated out of investments to numerous flicks, including the hit movies “Precious,” “The Butler” and “The Paperboy.” (NY Daily News)