Since Dash is only partial owner of the album (Jay-Z and Kareem “Biggs” Burke are the co-owners), Hov’s legal team is arguing that he has no “right to sell the copyright or any individual ownership interests in Reasonable Doubt.”

This news comes the same week as the album’s 25th anniversary which just so happens to be this Friday.

Dame Dash has since responded, telling TMZ that it’s not just the album he’s trying to sell, but his entire Roc-A-Fella stake. Dash also claims that Jay-Z’s lawsuit is “full of inaccuracies” and that “The Story of O.J.” rapper previously tried to buy Dash’s shares but the price was too low.


If he gets his way and is able to move forward with the sale, Dame Dash says, “Under the terms of the deal with a potential buyer, the buyer would buy my share of Roc a Fella Records and Jay-Z will have exclusive administration rights.”