Last night’s episode of BET’s, Music Moguls was like witnessing the demise of a broke…I mean broken man. No, Dame Dash isn’t broke in the literal sense and has really accomplished a lot in his lifetime. His tenacious persistence should be applauded; however, the truth is something that seemingly escapes him.
His struggle with reality is real. On one hand; he accuses every one of cheating him and on the other says; no one is willing to do business with him. Sounds a bit delusional, right?
Dame’s conversation with TV mogul, Byron Allen was painful to watch, and left me wondering; how does a person who deems himself a smart business man allow himself to be cheated in one business transaction after another?
Seems like most prudent people would put the proper mechanisms in place to protect themselves; especially, after the first bad business deal.
It must be draining spending time in his presence. His poor girlfriend Raquel Horn looks so defeated here; I bet Dame wears her out (mentally).
Anyway, Kanye West was mentioned having executive produced his yet to be released movie, “Too Honorable,” in which Dame claims to have put up a million of his own money.
Let’s see, Kanye, Jay Z and I’m sure a host of others have continued to prosper after cutting ties with Dash which makes me think he’s not being honest with himself.
Whether we care to admit; we choose our lessons until we eventually learn from them.
Keep pushing Dame; your self-efficacy is next level.
Tags: Music Moguls, BET, Dame Dash, Byron Allen, Jay Z, Rachel Roy, self-efficacy, delusions of grandeur
Photo credit IG, Jermaine Dupri, Dame Dash