The DMX rapper has passed away.
The rapper was hospitalized on April 2 after an overdose caused a heart attack. His family confirmed to the American media that he died in the hospital.
The statement said: “We regret to report that our beloved DMX, born under the name of Earl Simmons, has been dying on life support equipment in the past few days at the age of 50 and died of his family. Surrounded by White Plains Hospital (White Plains Hospital).”
“Earl is a warrior who fought to the end. He loves his family wholeheartedly and we are grateful for the time spent with him. Earl’s music has inspired many fans around the world, and his legacy will always exist. We thank you for your Love them added: “In mourning the loss of brothers, fathers, uncles and someone called DMX by the world, please respect our privacy. “
The rapper was in a plant-growing state, but in the following days he began to breathe alone, which gave hope to his family and fans.
He has suffered from asthma since he was a child and had previously been hospitalized for other health problems and addiction. He was hospitalized in February 2016 after fainting in the parking lot of a hotel, which he later said was due to asthma.
He has struggled with addiction for many years and canceled the concert in 2019 and applied for rehabilitation.
DMX grew up in New York, signed a contract with Columbia Records in 1992, and cooperated with famous rappers such as Jay-Z, Ja Rule and LL Cool Ja.
He also starred in movies such as “Romeo Most Dead” and “From Cradle to Grave”. His top hits in songs are Party Up (Up In Here) or X Gon’Give It to Ya.