Here For It: DMX’s Lawyer Reveals He Has Responded Amazingly To Rehab, Now Sober, Gained 40 Lbs. & Extending His Stay

Posted September 20, 2017

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Things are looking up for DMX and for long time fans and friends of the rapper who are familiar with only bad news, now some of the best news we’ve heard in years on him has surfaced.

As recently reported, X was admitted into rehab for his extensive and highly documented drug abuse and addiction. Well according to a statement from his lawyer issued to TMZ, DMX has responded well to the rehab facility he is admitted to, is completely sober, gaining weight and is on the way to a full recovery.

We spoke with Murray Richman who told us X has already packed on 40 lbs. Murray says he had been nothing but skin and bones before starting treatment in late August at a New England facility.

The program is almost complete, but Murray wants X to stay another 30 days since he’s been responding so well … they’re letting him take day trips with a friend to a nearby town.

We broke the story … a judge signed off on rehab after the rapper said his house arrest for tax evasion wasn’t helping him improve. Murray says they’ll tackle the court case once DMX has successfully finished treatment. He’s also not ruling out a tour in the future.

AMAZING! As a day one fan of X, this is excellent news! Here’s hoping to a full ongoing recovery and comeback.

 

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