Dame Dash Calls Jay Z And Beyonce ‘Cowards’ For Not Protecting Rachel Roy From The BeyHive

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Can you believe it’s been five months since Beyonce dropped Lemonade and made the name Becky synonymous with home-wrecking whore? Oh, where has the time gone? While we’ve all moved on with our lives since the ‘Becky With The Good Hair’ fiasco, those personally affected haven’t, including Dame Dash.

Dame’s ex-wife (and mother of his two daughters) Rachel Roy was accused of being the “Becky” Beyonce mentioned on “Sorry.” Bey’s deranged, overzealous fans made life hell for the clothing designer as a result. They left vile messages on her Instagram page and even bullied Dame’s young daughters. They also hacked into both Roy’s iCloud and Gmail accounts, and changed her phone number like the losers they are.

Five months later, Dame is speaking out and calling The Carters ‘cowards’ for remaining silent while their dopey fans attacked his kids and their mother.

“They are cowards,” the outspoken 43-year-old Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder told UK’s Grazia in a new no–holds–barred interview. “They should have stepped up and said something. Adults can go and harass a kid on behalf of an R&B singer?” Dame goes on to liken the harassment to sexual abuse, adding that the bullies deserved to be locked up, continuing, “The trolls should’ve been put in jail for that, it was crazy. I was disappointed Beyonce and Jay didn’t say anything.”

As for the whether or not Jay was really giving Rachel Roy the best eight seconds of her life while Beyonce was out being Beyonce, Dame doesn’t really care. It’s all about protecting his children.

I don’t care what Rachel did — I don’t agree with a lot things she does. I have kids by that woman, so if I ever disrespect their mum it will hurt my kids. I cannot air it out the way I would like to. I love my children, but there are definitely things that are being done which I would not expect of a regular human. But I am a gentleman, so I will not be hard on her.

Well, that’s not going to help the slander one bit.

(via Grazia)