During a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly,Damon Dash revealed, in a strange twist of fate, the plane originally offered to Aaliyah was ultimately taken by director Hype Williams.
the late Aaliyah from 2000 until her tragic death in 2001. As iconic albums such as Age Aint Nothing But A Number and One In A Million finally hit streaming services, Aaliyahs name has been rolling off the tongues of fans and critics alike more frequently. During a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the Roc-A-Fella record executive revealed, in a strange twist of fate, the plane originally offered to Aaliyahwas ultimately taken by director Hype Williams. When she actually saw the plane she said I dont like this plane,' he says in the clip. And I was like, Well, dont get on it. She was like, Well, I got to because I got work to do. She got on the plane and she always had a very serious fear of planes in general, so she had to overcome a fear to get on that plane on the way there. But what I was really more tight about was that I had heard that Lenny Kravitz had offered her a jet and that Hype had took the jet. So, thats what really pissed me off about the situation when I heard about that. You can ask Hype about that. Although the reporter continued to press Damon Dashfor what exactly was said when Dash confronted Williams about the plane swap, he remained tight-lipped. Ask him! he said. Because of my respect for Aaliyah and her family Everyones respectful of her memory. No one really speaks on it So in respect for her memory, I dont say a lot of things. Aaliyah boarded boarded a twin-engine Cessna 402 light aircraft at the Marsh Harbour Airport in Abaco Islands, the Bahamas headed for Opa-Locka Airport in Florida on August 25, 2001 after filming the video for Rock The Boat. Read more