DMX speaks with WKBW 7 Eyewitness News’ Justin Moore and discusses his plans for what’s next musically in the wake of his release from Eric County Holding Center in Buffalo, New York Friday (September 25).
The 44-year old rapper was being held in jail for failing to pay child support and was released after spending more than two months in custody.
“I’mma make it although it looks rough,” says the Flesh of My Flesh Blood of My Blood rapper. “I get a little scared. Sometimes shook up. When it’s like that, I get on my knees and look up.”
The multi-platinum selling rapper is grateful for the support he’s received from fans and family and details his plans to head back into the studio to create new music.
“Only thing I hate about being famous…you never know who really loves you because everybody is there,” X says. “Everybody’s there. If their love never gets tested, you never know.
“I take what I been through,” he continues. “Capture it. Capture it and give it away and because I give it away I benefit from it. Then people come and say, ‘Yo, this song did this. Thank you.'”
The full WKBW 7 Eyewitness News with DMX is as follows.
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