Damon Dash appeared on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club Friday morning (March 13) and immediately got the 'net talking, as the notoriously brash mogul does whenever he has a platform to speak.

Bringing along Murda Mook and a Harlem O.G. for the visit, the interview starts off with Dame speaking on his business relationship with Mook and Smoke DZA before the interview takes a turn left. DJ Envy begins to question Dame about Jay Z, much to his chagrin.

The two have an aggressive back and forth before things get settled and the convo continues, but Dame and Envy continue to bicker throughout the interview. Charlemagne and Angela Yee attempt to conduct the remainder of the Q&A and keep the peace.

The former Roc-A-Fella Records boss also breaks down the definition of being a worker and a boss during the talk. "Jobs are for lazy people who don't want to invest in themselves." He then calls out Charlemagne for what he considers gossiping, pegging him as a "Chatty Patty."

Other topics include his new web series, Loisaidas and his beef with Spike Lee. "'You know, Dame is arrogant' and he ain't wanna offer no help, he didn't wanna sit down with me and I just didn't appreciate that. And I just want somebody to ask Spike Lee why he don't wanna stick together?" he stated.

Roc-A-Fella Records' rumored interest in Big L before his death was addressed, among other things. During the second portion on interview, the code of the streets and snitching is brought up, as well as Harlem sticking together. The exchange is definitely one for the ages and features Damon Dash at his boisterous best. Check out part two of the interview below.

Watch Damon Dash's Interview with The Breakfast Club - Part 2

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