On Thursday, Roc-a-Fella co-founder Dame Dash sat down for a 50-minute deposition related to the lawsuit filed against him by Dear Frank director Josh Webber. In a video obtained by TMZ, Dash can be seen berating the plaintiffs' attorney Christopher Brown during the deposition.

"This doesn't give you control, it give you no power it just makes you look stupid," he said to Brown as he struggled to sit still. "I'ma ruin you as a lawyer. You will never be a lawyer again, I bet you I'ma make you famous. I'm just giving you the rope to hang yourself. You gonna be in a whole other court room in a whole other place with your frivolous lawsuits."

The lawsuit against Dash was filed earlier this year, with Webber and the production company behind Dear Frank accusing Dash of attempting to market and distribute the film with a new name. The lawsuit alleged that Dash was sending promotional materials for a film entitled The List to numerous outlets, which is actually the original name for Dear Frank. He was tied to the project all the way back in 2016 and was originally supposed to direct, but he was later let go with accusations he was high on set while they shot. 

"Culture vulture, you should be disgusted with yourself," Dash said in the video as he paced around. "You'll sell out our whole culture for a dollar." He continued to belittle the lawyer during the deposition, and on numerous occasions he even mimicked Brown's voice.