Rapper DMX on Life Support After Heart Attack, Lawyer Says

DMX’s longtime New York-based lawyer, Murray Richman, explained the rapper was on life assistance Saturday evening at White Plains Healthcare facility.

“He had a heart assault. He’s pretty ill,” Richman said.

Richman said he could not validate reviews that DMX, 50, overdosed on prescription drugs and was not confident what triggered the heart assault.

“I am extremely sad about it, really sad. He is like my son,” Richman stated. “He is just a tremendous person, incredible entertainer, large human becoming. And so a lot to give, so considerably to say. Not the run-of-the-mill rapper. A individual of excellent depth.”

DMX, whose authentic name is Earl Simmons, designed a splash in rap music in 1998 with his very first studio album It’s Dim and Hell is Scorching, which debuted No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The multiplatinum promoting album was anchored by numerous hits together with “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem,” “Get At Me Dog” and “Halt Currently being Greedy.”

The rapper had 4 other chart-topping albums together with …And Then There Was X, Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, The Great Melancholy, and Grand Champ. He has launched seven albums and attained 3 Grammy nominations. 

Alongside with his tunes profession, DMX paved his way as an actor. He starred in the 1998 film “Tummy” and appeared in “Romeo Need to Die” a pair a long time later on with Jet Li and the late singer Aaliyah. DMX and Aaliyah teamed up for the film’s soundtrack track “Occur Again in Just one Piece.” 

The rapper also starred in “Exit Wounds” with Steven Seagal and “Cradle 2 the Grave” with Li. 

Over the decades, DMX has battled with substance abuse. The rapper canceled a sequence of demonstrates to check out himself into a rehabilitation facility in 2019. In an Instagram publish, his group said he apologized for the canceled shows and thanked his supporters for the continued aid.

Final yr, DMX faced off versus Snoop Dogg in a Verzuz fight, which drew far more than 500,000 viewers.