Dame Dash has recently stirred the pot with some intriguing claims about one of JAY-Z’s classic tracks.

Dame Dash asserts that JAY-Z’s famous track ‘Big Pimpin” was actually about him, suggesting that JAY-Z was merely ‘pretending’ to be him. This revelation came during an interview on the Moguls In The Making podcast, which was highlighted by The Shade Room.

When asked whether the rumors were true that he was the inspiration behind the song, Dash candidly confirmed, ‘Everything Jay said, he was pretending to be me.’

However, fans seem to be growing weary of Dash frequently bringing up JAY-Z. One comment on the post read, ‘There should be a rule that if you book Dame Dash for a show that you’re not allowed to ask Jay Z questions. We don’t care anymore.’ Another user added, ‘People booking Dame to talk about Jay Z are just as much of a problem as him talking about Jay Z.’

‘Big Pimpin” was released by JAY-Z in 1999 as part of his fourth studio album, Vol. 3… Life and Times of S. Carter. The track, featuring UGK and produced by Timbaland, climbed to No. 18 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and has been certified three times platinum by the RIAA.

In separate news, Dash, the co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, is entangled in another legal issue, this time a defamation of character lawsuit filed by Dear Frank director Josh Webber.

The buzz around ‘Big Pimpin” and Dash’s claims continues, while Dash faces legal challenges on other fronts.

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