The Harvey Weinstein scandal grows crazier and crazier by the minute – wait – more like the second.
Harvey has been accused of accosting and raping over 50 women.
His sexual philandering was so bad, the cops are opening up investigations on two continents.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that the disgraced mogul’s latest dubious act includes forcing a woman who was menstruating to give him oral sex.
It’s truly amazing that there could be so many victims, yet it took this long for so many people to come forward.
And it is just a fact that 1 in 3 women will experience sexual violence or raped over the course of their lives, but 90% of these will go unreported.
So it’s not that crazy when you think about stats and then mix in Harvey’s power and fame over the course of a 30-plus-year career of being a serial predator.
Rapper slash hip-hop mogul Dame Dash maybe the last person you would expect to comment on the situation, but he is more than qualified.
Damon Dash was well known for featuring scantily clad women in his carefully crafted image as a hip-hop bad boy during his time at Roc-A-Fella Records.
During this time period, Dame worked directly with The Weinstein Co., where he made his classic movie “Paid In Full.”
“Him and I had a lot of aggressive interactions, Damon told Hip-Hop Motivation. “If you notice the people I usually bomb on, are people that ultimately you always find out, were really treating other people poorly,” Dame said of his infamous interaction with Harvey Weinstein.
The mogul said his experience with The Weinstein Co. left such a bad taste in his mouth, that he never wanted to work with the company again.
“I would watch the way he spoke to his staff, and I would say ‘don’t yall ever talk to me like that, ever. Off the top, don’t to me or none of my staff like that,” Damon Dash said.
Check out Damon Dash’s advice to women in the business.