Ciara broke her silence on the death of legendary rapper DMX, and recalled how inspired she was by his music.
The ‘Goodies’ singer took to Instagram to share a message about the ‘Ruff Ryders Anthem’ rapper, reminding fans of the extreme talent he possessed. Interestingly, Ciara’s followers pointed out that DMX had a crush on the singer — and was nervous while meeting the star.
The best part, Ciara shared the photo she took with DMX that night and included a message about his music touching the souls of his fans.
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“I remember witnessing you perform and being deeply inspired. Your delivery in your music was rare! Your tone, your cadence, everything. I have no doubt that you were anointed with a gift to touch and inspire so many souls through music. May you rest in God’s arms,” Ciara captioned a picture of the two musicians.
Adding, “Rest in Paradise Legend ??”
Immediately, Ciara’s followers pointed out, “I remember his interview on Whoo Kid’s radio show and X said he had a big crush on you – meeting you made him nervous ?❤️.”
Another added, “I remember the radio interview he did after of him being nervous around her & was stuck on her whole look that day…RIP DMX.”
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“Amen and he will Ciara, thank God for Dmx for his voice, his gift, and his service to the community, DMX lives on forever!” a fan added.
“HE TRIED LORD KNOWS HE DID. ???????.”
DMX’s celebrity friends have been sharing stories about the legendary rapper on social media — including Gabrielle Union — who claims the gangster rapper was actually a fan of the ‘The Golden Girls.’ Wait…What?!
That’s right — the actress shared the insane story while appearing on the popular food show “Hot Ones” back in 2017.
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According to Union, while filming the 2003 film ‘Cradle 2 The Grave’ — she claimed there was a dog biting incident with the staff of the production — so she was sent to get DMX during the shoots.
But, instead of coming out, DMX would invite her in for a drink while he enjoyed his favorite 80’s sitcom — Golden Girls! At the time, Union said X would “laugh hysterically” at the show while enjoying a few beers. Best. Story. Ever.
As we reported, DMX passed away earlier this week, just days after suffering a massive heart attack and drug overdose.
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