Following a radio interview Irv did with 107.5 WGCI in Chicago on April 23, in which he claims Earl “DMXSimmons died of drug-related causes, 50 Cent called the co-founder of Murder Inc. Records for comment. In an Instagram post shared Thursday, April 29, the Grammy-winning rapper responded to Irv for his comments. be expressed out of turn.
“This guy is an idiot, did he just say DMX died after smoking crack and fentanyl!” Why would he say that? ” Fif captioned the download, which contains an audio clip from Irv Gotti’s recent radio interview.
In the interview with The morning show, Irv provided unconfirmed information regarding The death of DMX April 9. “They said it was a bad dose of crack and they said a little fentanyl was mixed with the crack and that’s what made him overdose,” the record producer said in one part. of the interview which has since been withdrawn from the 35-minute discussion.
Irv also said of X during the interview: “Then when he got to the hospital he was diagnosed with COVID and he couldn’t breathe – you know COVID is interfering with your respiratory system – that’s why he had to connect to the ventilator. They said before him, they were like, “His brain is dead.” “
A DMX representative confirmed to XXL on April 7, there was no truth in the reports that X tested positive for COVID-19 while in White Plains hospital.
The morning show appears to have deleted the original video containing the information alleged by Irv Gotti about the DMX death and uploaded a new version of the episode the same day.
Reports that rapper Ruff Ryders Entertainment suffered a suspected overdose that resulted in a heart attack began circulating online on April 3. At the time, media claimed the 50-year-old rhymer was in “serious condition” at a hospital in White Plains, New York.
X’s death was announced less than a week later. The DMX Memorial took place on April 24 and the private funeral of family and close friends was held the next day, April 25.
The confirmed cause of DMX death has yet to be revealed. Westchester County Medical Examiner representative briefed XXL yesterday that autopsy recordings and results are banned from disclosure by HIPAA.
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