- DMX is not improving and is still in a coma, the rapper is on life support and brain function is low
- His family is now faced with a hard decision on whether or not to keep him on life support machines
- Fans are hoping that DMX will recover even though the doctor has said things are not looking good for him
American rapper DMX is still in a coma and on life support according to reports. He is showing very little improvement and his family is now facing a tough decision to make. DMX's brain function is very low and the doctors have said that "it's not looking so good" for him.
It has been a week since DMX was rushed to the hospital after suffering a heart attack. This might have been caused by a drug overdose.
His family is now faced with a difficult decision of whether to keep him on life support or take him off.
There has been a lot of support for DMX. From his friends and family flying to be by his side and fans holding night prayer vigils outside of the hospital he's been admitted to.
Tests have been taken and the results are critical, according to a report by TMZ. The family still needs to decide what they are going to do but DMX's longtime friend and manager are flying to see him on Friday.
The support is endless and fans are hoping that he will return to good health.
Briefly News previously reported that Demi Lovato weighed in on DMX's overdose and got dragged for her views. Demi Lovato has been dragged on social media after sharing her thoughts on the news of DMX's drug overdose.
The Dancing With The Devil hitmaker shared that DMX's condition is giving her "survivor's guilt". The stunner had also nearly died in 2018 from drugs. The legendary US rapper has been on life support in hospital since last week.
He reportedly suffered a heart attack after overdosing on drugs. Page Six reports that Demi spoke to TMZ Live on Wednesday. According to the publication, Demi said:
"There’s times I’ve felt, like, feeling survivor’s guilt. You do ask yourself, ‘Why am I still here, why are others not?’ It’s challenging. I have to realise that every day is a day that someone else doesn’t get."
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