Kant was riding Dame Dash van het: “reasonable doubts” Jay-Z sang Het, jumped NFT foot?

A few weeks ago, strange news about the NFT’s claim of “reasonable doubt” stirred the world. This happens every time Jay-Z and Dame Dash’s former partners meet. This time, Jay-Z’s debut album was all about the classic “reasonable doubt.” Apparently Dash was planning to sell the album’S NFT, and the judge blocked him. However, something didn’t smell good.

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The album was released in 1995 by Roc-a-Fella Records, funded by Jay-Z, Dame Dash and Biggs Burke. Although the company has paused, each has a third part. That fact will matter later. 

How Did We Get Here And Who Did It Belong To?
However, we must first follow our steps. When news broke about the alleged NFT, the bitcoinist reported the following:

Legendary hip-hop record label Roc-a-Fella has sued artist Dame Dash for trying to auction Jay-Z’s “reasonable doubt” album as an unalterable icon. Dame Dash told TMZ that she was not trying to sell the Jay-Z album, but only sold her stake in Roc-a-Fella.

A few days later, Jay-Z announced his first NFT. An illustration based on the cover of reasonable doubt. Bitcoinist reported:

According to Sotheby’s tweet, the one-of-a-kind “heir to the throne” ” interprets and contextualizes the iconic portrait of the legendary artist and entrepreneur on the album cover.”NFT was designed by Brooklyn-based digital artist Derrick Adams. The game will be Jay and Derrick’s first public NFT. 

The painting sold for $ 138,600. Are there any contradictions in favor of the case?

What about the NFT’s reasonable suspicion? Miss Dash Explains
While Jay-Z has monopolised mainstream media headlines, his former partner has taken to the Social Proof podcast. A little independent show. “What I’m doing is putting my stake in Rock-a-Fella Inc. it was to sell to. Whic

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