DMX’s Official Cause of Death Revealed
According to a source from the Westchester County medical examiner’s office, DMX’s official cause of death was a cocaine-induced heart attack that cut off blood flow to the brain. “It was cardiac arrest for a period of time, so there was no circulation to the brain,” the source said, later explaining that acute cocaine intoxication had “caused this chain of events.”
Rapper Earl Simmons (aka “Party Up (Up in Here)”) passed away on April 9 at the age of 50 in Westchester County, New York. On April 2, Simmons was sent to the hospital for examination. His death had been previously attributed to a cocaine overdose and a heart attack, though the details were often contradictory.
DMX Cause of Death
Simmons’ urine test came up positive for cocaine. According to the source, the medical examiner’s office did not conduct an autopsy because the cause of death had already been identified based on information provided by medical personnel and law enforcement.
According to the information provided, paramedics were contacted at 10:03 p.m. on April 2 in response to a 911 call. On the scene at 10:09, they immediately began CPR on Simmons. Simmons arrived at the hospital about 30 to 40 minutes after the arrival of the emergency personnel. There was a pulse, and the heart was restarted, but the brain was already dead.
“His death happened immediately because the brain was dead,” the source added.
“So obviously, there were several days where he was on ventilatory support and so forth in the hospital,” the source said. “However, he was diagnosed brain-dead early on … He never woke up from [a] coma.”
Simmons’ longtime lawyer, Murray Richman, dismissed speculation that the COVID-19 vaccination involved his death. “Persons who made that statement had no basis for formulating a belief,” Richman said. He also confirmed that Simmons never had COVID, nor did he receive the vaccine.
Simmons’s family released a statement after his passing, “Earl was a warrior who fought till the very end.”
“He loved his family with all of his heart, and we cherish the times we spent with him. Earl’s music inspired countless fans worldwide, and his iconic legacy will live on forever.”
Simmons, a Yonkers native, debuted as a musician in 1984. He became well-known in the underground rap community after first contributing his beatboxing skills to Ready Ron’s recordings and then releasing his own solo demos and mixtapes.
Simmons signed with Def Jam Recordings after collaborating in the 1990s with New York City rap icons Jay-Z, LL Cool J, Ma$e, the LOX, and Lil’ Kim. His first release on Def Jam, “Get at Me Dog,” was an instant hit and peaked in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100.
DMX did not overdose.. his family wants that to be known to clear his name of tarnishing his legacy. Another sudden death. pic.twitter.com/9kp8tWJEw9
— Famous14u (@famous14u) April 12, 2022
Simmons released his debut album, It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot, in May 1998. The album, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, is widely regarded as a classic of hip-hop from the ’90s and is credited with establishing Simmons’s signature gloomy subject matter and hoarse delivery. Exodus, his eighth studio album, was released after his death in May.
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