In a recent revelation by Jermaine Dupri, he shared an extraordinary and somewhat unconventional memory from a studio session involving the late rapper DMX. This unique incident, which occurred during the creation of “Get Your Shit Right” for Dupri’s album “Life in 1942,” offers an intriguing glimpse into DMX’s charismatic personality. The story is one that adds another layer to the legend of DMX, showcasing his unorthodox approach to life.
During an Instagram post over the weekend, Jermaine Dupri recounted the unforgettable night, which he referred to as “one of the craziest nights ever.” Dupri explained that he had invited a reporter from The Source magazine to witness the studio session as a marketing ploy to provide insights into his recording process.
The incident unfolded as follows: The writer arrived at the studio before DMX, who, at the time, was accompanied by his two loyal dogs. When Jermaine Dupri arrived, he was met with an unexpected turn of events – the reporter had been, in a surprising twist, “robbed” by DMX, albeit not with a weapon but with his trusty canine companions.
DMX began questioning the reporter, directing him to relinquish his possessions and remove his personal items. The rapper’s dogs were used in an unconventional manner to ensure compliance, keeping a watchful eye on the situation. This peculiar occurrence added to the mystique surrounding DMX’s larger-than-life persona.
Jermaine Dupri, reflecting on this remarkable story, emphasized that he had many untold anecdotes but felt compelled to share this one. He concluded his post by paying tribute to the late DMX, saying, “R.I.P. my man, DMX.”
The story resonated with others in the hip-hop community, with Fabolous chiming in with a comment on Jermaine Dupri’s post, stating, “Honestly, if you’ve ever really been around DMX, you have a wild DMX story. Long Live the Legend DMX.”