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Rapper DMX health condition has not improved since he was admitted to the hospital following having a heart attack caused by a drug overdose. The rapper has been on life support for nearly three days and the chances for recovery looks very grim at the moment. Dmx is currently still in a coma with little brain activity reports from creditable sources confirmed. Now it’s been announced all of DMX children has arrived to the hospital in New York to say what maybe their final goodbyes to the legendary artist allegedly .
There has been a candlelight vigil prayer scheduled by DMX family, friends, and fans Monday praying he has a miraculous recovery as his health condition has drastically declined .
Some of DMX‘s children have flown to New York to visit their dad in the ICU — a visit that could be a final goodbye — but it’s been complicated by COVID.
Family sources tell TMZ … a number of DMX’s kids have touched down in White Plains, NY, and are now on the ground at the hospital to get time with their father — this as we’re hearing his condition remains unchanged and dire.
Our sources tell us his children will only be allowed to see X one at a time — per COVID regulations. His fiancee, Desiree, and his mom have already been there with him. We don’t know if the hospital has begun allowing some of the kids into the ICU, but that’s the plan.
Unclear just how many of X’s kids have arrived at this point — remember, he has 15 children … but it’d be safe to assume a good majority will get the chance to see him, especially those who are older and understand the situation.
As we reported over the weekend, X’s chances of recovery are not looking good — he’s still on life support and there is little brain activity.
TMZ broke the story … X overdosed Friday night, which triggered a heart attack. Despite resuscitation efforts, we’ve heard X was simply left without needed oxygen to his brain for nearly 30 minutes.
Of course, those closest to him are holding out hope and asking for prayers.