Dash said that his debt has;
"Made it not only nearly impossible for me to maintain my businesses, they have caused me to fall far behind on my personal expenses,"
Yet another lawsuit, had him battling in a Manhattan Supreme Court on Thursday over a charge regarding his alleged ignoring of a 2008 lawsuit from a garment industry lender that wanted the repayment of a $237,078 loan.
Dash said through his attorney Gregg A. Pinto;
"I'm an independent businessman and this is what comes from business. I have the guts to fight my battles on my own and it's entertainment to everybody else because I'm so cool about it."
Let's be clear, this man has the knowledge, skills and abilities to rise from the ashes and make great things happen. He would be an asset to anyone already in a position of power as his business sense is stellar, despite the recent set backs. He was raised to lead and to prosper, it's in his DNA. Dash should be on top. But, his self professed treatment of others underneath him had a great deal to do with the bridges that subsequently got and remained burned after he and Jay split. If he can take this lesson and remain humble, he could easily do this all over again. Something tells us not to count this guy out just yet.