Roommates, we’re nonetheless praying for DMX and his family members as he’s nonetheless hospitalized at the moment, and folk will not be happy with a latest article printed by the New York Put up.
A author on the Put up, Sarah Painter, not too long ago printed a narrative detailing the varied homes DMX misplaced resulting from debt over the course of his profession. The piece was printed on Tuesday–simply three days after the information of his situation made headlines.
Sarah went into element concerning the quantity of debt DMX collected through the years, how a lot cash he raked in from making music, and even talked about a few of his authorized bother as properly. One a part of the piece even referenced monetary paperwork she obtained as a way to write the piece.
“Money owed adopted him as he moved all around the nation, and because the ’90s, he has undergone repeated foreclosures, pressured gross sales and funding losses in his actual property portfolio regardless of his profitable, multimillion-dollar profession, monetary paperwork present,” Sarah wrote.
Twitter customers had some selection phrases for Sarah and the Put up after the article was printed, calling her out for being insensitive throughout such a tragic time.
Radio persona Swaggy Sie commented on the scenario saying, “Right here goes @nypost ALWAYS making an attempt to kick somebody whereas they’re DOWN. That is DISGUSTING, neither is it information worthy. You need to be ashamed on your self #SarahPaynter to place a narrative out like this whereas a person is FIGHTING for his life. How dare you.”
As of now, the article has not been faraway from the New York Put up website.
As we previously reported, DMX continues to be on life help after struggling a coronary heart assault virtually one week in the past, and he’s reportedly scheduled to be examined for mind functioning assessments within the coming days. We’ll proceed to replace you as data turns into accessible, Roomies.
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