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Video: Dame Dash Schools The Breakfast Club Power 105.1 Team on How to be a Boss! @DamonDash

DameDashI have had the opportunity to interview Dame Dash at least 3-4 times now. Each time, I always walk away with feeling that he gives, generally, solid interviews. I think a big part of what makes his interviews quite good is the fact that he focuses on what really matters i.e. bottom line economics and the reality of the average man/woman, whether within or outside the entertainment industry.

Watch what he has to say during his recent appearance on the Breakfast Club Power 105.1 morning show. He also schools the team at the radio station on being bosses i.e. entrepreneur 101 basics. I do think we all can’t be bosses and there is nothing wrong with that. Indeed for the bosses among us, we understand we need employees to help execute our vision.

If you missed my feature of his speech during Grammy Week, catch it below as well.

Cheers,
Ms. Uduak

Dame Dash, T.I., Grammy Week Feature
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  1. Gbemi007 says:

    Don't encourage him. He's a rude SOB, who puts people down with his diatribe about working for others. Imagine how many young men and women heard his words, and now believe they are above getting a job? What will they now do? Without the capital needed to start their own business empire, they will resort to all types of wrongdoing, just to ensure they never have to admit that they have a boss. How stupid is that? But it's true; that's what will happen. Dash bragged about all the things his son is doing–did he do it on his own? Dash never reveals details about his upbringing, though. He never tells about how he grew up in a wealthy family. He never talks about his boarding school days. Recently, the narrative about those days changed to include some ludicrous story about selling drugs to finance his school fees. That's a lie that has never been told until recently. Stop promoting this guy, Uduak. He's bad for black youth in America. He's bad for all Africans, really.

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