Damon Dash’s Ex-Wives Want The GWAP from Lee Daniels

Isheka N. Harrison
Written by Isheka N. Harrison
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This July 31, 2017 photo shows director Lee Daniels on the set of the Fox music drama “Star” in Atlanta. Both “Star” and Daniels’ other series, “Empire,” premieres Wednesday, starting at 9 p.m. Eastern on Fox. (AP Photo/John Amis)

Damon Dash’s exes have united to take the phrase “Baby Mama Drama” to another level. Dash’s ex-wife Rachel Roy and ex-girlfriend Cindy Morales have united to sue Hollywood heavyweight Lee Daniels for Dash’s unpaid child support, reported TMZ.

Dash has two daughters with Roy and one son with Morales. Both women accuse the hip-hop mogul of paying less than 5 bucks in child support” this year and owing back pay of $826,166.88 and $244,721.43, for their daughters and son, respectively, TMZ said.

Since Daniels settled a $5 million lawsuit Dash brought against him for not honoring their agreement after he provided for the award-winning filmmaker’s projects, Roy and Morales figured they’d cut out the middle man and go straight to the monetary source.

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Daniels responded by counter-suing Dash and his children’s mothers so he can figure who he should pay the money to, Hip-Hop Wired reported

Talk about baby mama drama! Maybe Dash should’ve been as diligent writing checks to his exes as he was when he checked Daniels about not paying him his money last year.

Dash denies not taking care of his kids. But if Roy and Morales’ claims are found to be true, the Roc-A-Fella founder will be saying roc-a-bye-baby to a large sum of his cushy settlement.

Sometimes truth is more entertaining than fiction. It wouldn’t be surprising if Daniels is somewhere using this latest drama as inspiration for his next hit script.