‘I was praying I wouldn’t have to think about how to describe what you meant to me. We bonded over our shared love of dogs, cold beers, Golden Girls reruns, New Edition and adventures. From random nights of go-karting in the hills of Sherman Oaks to bowling to just sitting in your trailer laughing with @anthonyanderson talking 80s soul music. We had litter mate dogs that you bought at 4am on set in Long Beach. You got Pebbles and Bam Bam and I got my beloved Bubba (best dog to ever live) You introduced me to the @ruffryders and @therealswizzz who have always treated me like family over the last 20 plus years,’ she began her message.
She continued: ‘You introduced me to the @defjam family that remains family to this day. You always made the time to look out for folks.. I am forever grateful for your joy, your laugh, your protection all these years and your hugs anytime I’ve seen you. You are 1 of 1. Rest in eternal peace my friend. Rest. 🖤🖤🖤🖤’ Gabrielle captioned her post.
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Someone said: ‘Condolences.🙏🏾 Rest in eternal peace, he was loved, a true legend.😢💔’ and a commenter said: ‘😢 beautiful memories thank you for sharing! He was truly a miracle !’
Another follower said: ‘DMX was sincerely loved within the United States and beyond. We’ve all lost an ICON.’
Someone else posted this: ‘RIP @dmx Devastated don’t even do justice to how I feel at the minute 💔’ and a commenter said: ‘This the movie made me fall in love with you as a jit bae.’
Unfortunately, the rapper and actor DMX passed away at 50 years old. A rep for the family told Pitchfork that the rapper lost the battle with death, and he, unfortunately, passed away.
He’s been hospitalized on April 2 following an apparent drug overdose and a subsequent heart attack.