DMX remains on life support as mom faces tough treatment decision

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DMX remains on life support and his family will make a statement later today, his manager has confirmed following speculation about the rapper’s death.
As rumors of DMX’s death erupted overnight, fans of the rapper quickly took to social media to express their condolences.

Several sources, including comedian Luenell, commented on the rapper’s death, but his manager and close friend Steve Rifkind released a video to confirm that the 50-year-old – whose real name is Earl Simmons – is still alive.

The DMX manager who had worked with the star for the past three years confirmed he was still on life support and asked fans to stop the rumors and “let the family relax”.

He said, “Everyone is publishing these rumors, DMX is still alive, he’s on life support. “

DMX manager Steve Rifkind posted a video denying the rapper’s death

He added that the family would issue a statement on Friday.

DMX failed to regain any brain function nearly a week after his suspected overdose and the family may have to make the agonizing decision whether or not to withdraw the life support, reports TMZ.

The heartbreaking decision will rest with the mother of rap artist, Arnett Simmons.

DMX has been on life support since suspected overdose last week
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The outlet reported that Arnett, DMX fiancee Desiree Lindstrom, ex-wife Tashera Simmons, mother of two of his children Yadira Borrego, and her children have become a tight-knit group over the past week all constantly praying for improvement.

The family had shared a joint statement on April 5 through People on April 5, which read: “Friday night … our brother, son, father and DMX colleague, Earl Simmons’ birth name, was admitted to the hospital. White Plains Hospital, facing serious health issues. health problems.

“We ask that you please keep Earl / DMX and us in your thoughts, wishes and prayers, and respect our privacy in the face of these challenges. “

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