Bobby, Jeremy, and Dame join the cast of reality stars (like Flavor of Love’s Tiffany “New York” Pollard with her mom) and celebrity by affiliation types (i.e., Lindsay Lohan’s parents), looking to fix their family struggle.
When Dame and the brothers hit the screen, it didn’t take much prodding before the Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder slandered his own family as being money hungry. “I’m an independent and a boss,” he says. “I’m a person that gives jobs. I think I’ve done so much more than the average person. I do nothing but make history and they downplay everything I do.”
His brothers roll their eyes while he speaks, but Dame trudges forward with more compliments to himself. He’s sure Bobby and Jeremy hold some “resentment” against him for being so awesome.
On the other hand, his brothers are annoyed by his confidence, and possible inability to speak to them as human beings. “I can’t be with someone who thinks they’re super-duper, the man of the hour every hour on the hour,” says Bobby. “F*ck you!”
Bobby tells Dame he’s weak, to which he replies, “I think you’re weak. But I take care of you though.”
Younger brother Jeremy jumps in to inform Dame that nobody cares that he’s rich. “I don’t want your money man, I don’t give a f*ck about your money.”
Dame retorts, “Yeah you don’t ’cause you can’t get it!”
The drama is real. Hopefully they can repair the broken relationship but for now, Dame doesn’t even want to share a room with his brothers.
Peep a clip from the show below.