- Snoop Dogg spoke about his friendship with DMX in an interview and how much fun they had together
- According to Snoop Dogg, DMX is now in a better place and has finally received his angel wings
- The rapper DMX passed away after having a heart attack that was caused by a suspected drug overdose
American rapper Snoop Dogg is saddened by the passing of his friend DMX and spoke about the first time they met. Snoop appeared virtually on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and looked back on their memories together.
Before DMX's passing, he did a Verzuz rap battle with Snoop Dogg where they performed their hit songs. Snoop feels grateful to have had the experience with his friend and said it showed that people in hip-hop can still show love to each other.
"We had God in the building with us that night and that makes me feel good about DMX's transition, to know that he's off to a better place and he's finally got his angel wings," said Snoop Dogg.
The Drop It Like It's Hot hitmaker then spoke about how he met DMX in the 90s and how it inspired the song Get At Me Dog. The rappers went to the studio together the night they met for the first time.
"That night inspired him to create that song, which was one of his biggest hood records that he put out," said Snoop.
Snoop Dogg also spoke about how he admired DMX for always looking out for those around him. May his soul rest in peace.
Briefly News previously reported that DMX's family warned of scammers who want to profit from his passing. American rapper Earl Simmons, better known as DMX, passed away over the weekend and his family is trying to warn fans about people who want to take advantage.
Chancers on social media have created fake accounts asking for the public's assistance in covering funeral costs. The rapper's family has warned fans to be careful because they are not looking for assistance when it comes to covering DMX's funeral.
They've also said that merchandise that is supposedly authorised by them does not exist.
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