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According to an investigation, the twin-engine Cessna 402B was 700 pounds over its weight limit. The 44-year-old said : "She told me she was going to the Bahamas and I was against it like, "Yo, don't go." And then down to the last, we had the Blackberry, down to the last Blackberry that we had, before she went there, she was like, "Yo, I don't like that plane." And I was like, "Don't get on it." And she was just like, "You know, I gotta do it." You know, it was a complicated situation, but she had to go do that video.
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In 2001, the singer died when her plane crashed in The Bahamas.
On Tuesday’s episode of The Real, music mogul Damon Dash opens up about the untimely death of his former girlfriend, Aaliyah.
According to an investigation, the twin-engine Cessna 402B was 700 pounds over its weight limit. The 44-year-old said : “She told me she was going to the Bahamas and I was against it like, “Yo, don’t go.” And then down to the last, we had the Blackberry, down to the last Blackberry that we had, before she went there, she was like, “Yo, I don’t like that plane.” And I was like, “Don’t get on it.” And she was just like, “You know, I gotta do it.” You know, it was a complicated situation, but she had to go do that video.
While many are saddened by the idea of an Aaliyah posthumous album without the participation of her lifelong friends collaborators, Missy Eilliot and Timbaland, her boyfriend, music mogul Damon Dash is simply happy to "hear her voice." Last year, on the tenth anniversary of her death, Dame opened up to The Juice about the love he and the late singer shared.
"Our time together meant so much that when we got more time, we felt like that [engagement] would be next," he said. Even with the pain I felt, I would do it all over again." Damon Dash Talks Losing Aaliyah: 'Nothing Prepares You for That' Now that Blackground has confirmed a posthumous full-length, executive produced by Drake and Noah "40" Shebib, Dame tells The Juice that though he has yet to hear the single, "Enough Said," he relishes in the idea of hearing her voice.
"Anytime I can hear her voice, that's a good thing.
And anyone that respected her enough to make a record with her, I appreciate ya'll," he said.
"I haven't heard the record, but I appreciate the art of it. I hope it's something that I haven't heard before." There's Something About Aaliyah | Aaliyah's Top 10 Billboard Hits When asked if he'd like to lend a hand in assisting with the project if offered, Dame wrestled with the idea. I didn't know that," he said to the news of a posthumous album. I don't know what I could bring to the table there, but yeah I would do it.
Anything involving Aaliyah and it's positive and the energy [is] right with it, I would be a part of it.