los “Himno de Ruff Ryders” cantante, cuyo nombre real era Earl Simmons, murió a la edad 50 a principios de este mes después de sufrir un infarto. Lo colocaron en la unidad de cuidados intensivos del Hospital White Plains de Nueva York., where a source claimed he was in a “vegetative state.”
Following the musicians’ death, a public event is set to be held at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Saturday, abril 24 ahead of a private funeral at a New York City church scheduled to take place the following day, de acuerdo a Entertainment Tonight.
Although it is considered a public event, it was announced on the rapper’s Instagram that health restrictions in New York will prevent anyone except close friends and family from physically attending the memorial. sin embargo, it will be streamed live on DMX’s YouTube channel a 4 pm. Y.
Then on Sunday at 2:30 pm., BET will broadcast a homegoing celebration live on its YouTube channel.
Simmons’ family previously confirmed news of his death in a statement eulogizing the singer as a “warrior who fought till the very end.”
“Nos entristece profundamente anunciar hoy que nuestro ser querido, DMX, nombre de nacimiento de Earl Simmons, falleció a los 50 años en White Plains Hospital con su familia a su lado después de haber sido sometido a soporte vital durante los últimos días. Earl fue un guerrero que luchó hasta el final. Amaba a su familia con todo su corazón y apreciamos el tiempo que pasamos con él.. Earl’s music inspired countless fans across the world and his iconic legacy will live on forever,” la declaración dice.
It continues: “We appreciate all of the love and support during this incredibly difficult time. Please respect our privacy as we grieve the loss of our brother, [object Window], uncle and the man the world knew as DMX. We will share information about his memorial service once details are finalized.”
Fans’ appetite to honor the rapper began while he was still in the hospital and a crowd gathered for a prayer vigil in which they chanted his name and crossed their arms in an “X” shape as a tribute to the man who often went by the nickname X.