Damon Dash was on Sway in the Morning and talked about his film ventures, Jay Z, Kayne West and Lee Daniels. Dame shared his dismay with the movie industry.

“Fuck Hollywood, man,” Dame told Sway. “You know why? Because it’s not our game. We not from Hollywood, so I’m not playing Hollywood’s game. I don’t complain about other people’s game. I just create my own. I’m not a complainer. I’m taking from you. I’m taking market share. You don’t take my calls? Now, it’s get down or lay down.”

Dash and Yeezy collaborated on the film, Loisaidas, which gives a grim look at life in Harlem. While discussing his business moves that lead to Loisaidas, Dame explained that he felt the need to cut out the middle man in an unfair Hollywood market. He explained that it is difficult for Black business men to advance their interests in the film industry because "Hollywood only works with one Black man per company." Dash added, "It doesn't make sense to go through other people that aren't from our culture, to talk to our culture."

In response to major film distributors not taking his phone calls, Dash basically started his own Netflix. He created Poppington TV, a streaming service for viewers. For just $5, viewers can have direct access to Loisaidas, which will drop today (Mar. 4) in episodic form via Loisaidasthemovie.com. You can check out the first episode here.

In the meantime, Dash has his eyes set on taking over the film industry. “I’m goin’ after Martin Scorcese, I got beef with him. Quentin Tarantino and Wes Anderson — and I mean competitively,” he said. Dame also said he can't work with Hov right now because some of Jay's business pals are sketchy. "That he’s in business with certain people. And it’s tricky for me to say, but just based on where I’m from, I can’t have nothing to do with that…I love Jay, but let’s say I find out any of that shit [is true], I can’t fuck with him at all," Dame said.

Check out the interview above.