DMX’s Family To Hold A Prayer Vigil For Him Outside Of New York Hospital

Roommates, we are continuing to keep DMX lifted in prayer during this time. Many of his fans and peers have been sending out their prayers as they continue to hope that he pulls through and fully recovers.

According to TMZ, a prayer vigil has been organized by his family and is scheduled to take place at 5 pm on Monday outside of the White Plains hospital where he currently is. The site reports that the staff members held a vigil of their own Sunday night.

On Sunday, DMX’s ex-wife shared, a video of Ruff Ryder motorcyclists that also showed up to the hospital to show their support.

As previously reported, over the weekend, it was revealed that the legendary rapper was in critical condition after an apparent drug overdose. It was later reported by his attorney that he was taken off of life support and breathing on his own. However, that update had to be retracted because his lawyer said he was misinformed.

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The apparent overdose occurred last Friday at his home around 11 pm and unfortunately, it triggered a heart attack.

As of Monday, Fox 5 New York reports that DMX still remains on a ventilator. Many of his family members are still asking for prayers with hopes that he’ll make a full recovery.

We are continuing to send our prayers out to DMX and his loved ones, and we’ll continue to keep you updated as this story develops.

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