Dame Dash And Kanye West Save Karmaloop

Let Dame Dash tell you what “real men” do.

After becoming a trending topic earlier this week (See: #TweetLikeDameDash), the former Roc-A-Fella Records chief posted up on Instagram alongside a mute Kanye West to confirm that they have both bought popular streetwear e-tailer Karmaloop.com.

“Board meeting had to go over some @damondashstudios biz showed him @loisaidas and @toohonorable_ddstudios got the thumbs up and yeah the Karmaloop thing is real…,” he wrote on Instagram. “This is exactly how I saw things 10 years ago and he’s doing some shit that even I couldn’t do but it’s not my place to speak on it…but let’s just say iam proud as fuck…that’s the way it’s supposed to be…the younger dudes are supposed to be better then us…that’s what we fight for #honaorablepeoplesticktogether.”

Karmaloop, a 15-year-old company that houses many trendy brands like 10 Deep, Crooks & Castles and Dimepiece LA, reportedly owed a massive amount of debt including $8 million to Insight Venture Partners of New York and almost $1 million to Google, the Boston Globe reports.

“We tried to do too many things,” owner George Selkoe said. “We launched too many different sites in too short of a period of time.”

Now, with Dash and ‘Ye opening their wallets for KL, only time will tell if the company shall flourish.