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Gabrielle Union Gloriously Shades Stacey Dash After Her Controversial Comments About BET & Black History Month!

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Well said, Gabrielle!

We think this is an AH-mazing response!

Plenty of people have been calling out Stacey Dash after her controversial comments on FOX & Friends. ICYMI, the 49-year-old announced that she wanted to get rid of BET, the NAACP Awards, and even Black History Month!

The ridiculous remarks have garnered a lot of reactions from famous figures, but we happen to think Gabrielle Union's takes the cake!

Related: Stacey Continues To Bash BET!

At Sundance Film Festival on Tuesday, the 43-year-old was asked by the Associated Press about the actress' statement, and the Bring It On alum declared that she wasn't familiar with the Clueless star!

She said:

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Damon Dash Talks His SERIOUS Tax Debt!


Ouch! The money troubles continue!

Former Jay-Z bestie and Roc-A-Fella Records company co-founder Damon Dash is in serious debt, and according to a lax lien filed last month, owes more than $3 million in back taxes!

He explains:

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Damon Dash To Relaunch Roc-A-Fella Records

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Rap mogul Damon Dash will be relaunching Roc-A-Fella Records he originally established with former friend Jay-Z after acquiring the name back from Def Jam.

Roc-A-Fella was founded by Dash, Jay-Z and Kareem "Biggs" Burke but fell apart after falling out with one another.

Jay took control of the label and became the president of Def Jam while Dash and Burke formed DDMG (Damon Dash Music Group).

Jay-Z resigned from Def Jam in 2008 and now Dash is taking the Roc-A-Fella name back. Dash says:

"Def Jam or Universal bought the brand. I think the 'beef' was that Jay made it clear he didn't want me or Biggs to be a part of it. That's really where it was at. Now that he doesn't work for Def Jam anymore, he doesn't have the right to use the name.

"So there's no reason for us not to use it. It's there, and it's a brand that's not being used. So I was like, 'I'll take it.' It always meant something to me. It's a way more positive movement. It's what I wanted Roc-A-Fella, what I thought it should be, 10 years after I started it."

We wonder what Jay thinks about that?

[Image via WENN.]

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