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Damon Dash appeared on an episode of Access Hollywood Live, where he explained how he wasn’t fazed by the “Lemonade” controversy that his ex-wife Rachel Roy got caught up in. Roy — who is the mother of his two daughters — was being called out as “Becky with the good hair” on Beyonce’s hit song, “Sorry,” and Dame had no issue with the BeyHive coming for her. But when they began harassing his daughters on social media, he had to speak out.

“The only issue I had is them putting pressure on my children. And for me it’s the history between me and Jay and me being his partner at the time in Roc-A-Feller and Rocawear and all that and [his] best friend,” he told host Kit Hoover and guest co-host Arsenio Hall. “Of course on a human level, it would bother me.”

Dash said that he decided to address the issue with therapist, Dr. Jen, who called into the mogul’s radio show to discuss the topic on-air with listeners.

“I didn’t address it until I got to address it professionally,” he added. “I believe in therapy, and I believe an objective opinion sometimes helps you be a better person.”

The hip hop mogul says no form of bullying should be tolerated, especially when it comes to children.

“The worst disrespect of all time is to disrespect someone’s children,” he said. “The way I was feeling about it, is that anyone who would harass a child is a coward. I have been in rap for a while but I have never had anyone disrespect my child.”

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