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Is Lee Daniels a culture vulture?

First, it was Mo'Nique. Now, Roc-A-Fella co-founder Dame Dash is coming for "The Butler" director Lee Daniels. The music executive is suing Daniels for failing to pay back a $2 million loan used to produce "Precious." A few months ago, comedy legend Mo'Nique accused the creator of "Star" of blacklisting her after she refused to go on a promotional tour for the film. Daniels has denied Mo'Nique's allegations and is allegedly countersuing Dash. Is Lee Daniels a culture vulture?

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This mess started over a year ago, back when comedian Mo'Nique accused Lee Daniels of blackballing her because she was "difficult" and didn't "play the game." Mo'Nique sat down with Don Lemon of CNN and explained her side of the story. 

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Most recently, Dame Dash released a post on Instagram revealing Daniels has yet to pay him back the $2 million he lent to him for the film "Precious." Dame is now suing the director for $5 million.

Check out the video and see Dash get really old school Harlem and press Daniels for his coins. 

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But Daniels says Mo'Nique got herself blackballed because she made unreasonable demands. Daniels spoke with Don Lemon of CNN and said Mo'Nique's own demands during the production of "Precious" got her in trouble. 

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As far as Dash's lawsuit, Dominic Patten of Deadline says he was told Daniels will counter sue Dash. Sources also told Patten, Daniels plans to "shed light on what really went down behind the scenes."

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