X Headed Back To The Can.

D.M.X. was ordered back to jail by a judge after a prior infraction back in 2002 was discovered in his record. X surrendered to police, and is ordered to serve 90 day in jail. Seems like more trouble following X these days, but at least he’s serving his punishment, and getting out of the way. Hopefully we hear more music from X in the near future, but for now here’s more details about this story……. DMX is to be sent back to jail after a prior infraction was recently discovered by Los Angeles authorities.

The rapper was just released from jail earlier this month.

DMX plans to turn himself into authorities in a Los Angeles courtroom tomorrow, according to TMZ.

The new arrest is a legacy violation from a 2002 reckless driving conviction. He received probation at the time, but his assorted legal issues warranted a violation.

DMX is expected to serve 90 days in jail.

He recently appeared on the “Stop The Party (Remix)” with Cam’ron, DMX, Ghostface, Swizz Beatz and Busta Rhymes.

DMX’s manager has insisted that the Yonkers, New York native is focused and ready to return to music.

The rapper, born Earl Simmons, freed from the Maricopa County jail on July 7th after he served four months for violating the terms of his probation from a 2009 conviction for cruelty to animals, theft and drug charges.

The news of his latest trip to jail comes on the heels of his wife Tashera’s announcement that she has separated from the rapper.

Tashera Simmons is also planning a reality show titled Tashera Simmons….Life After X, which will focus on her family life without DMX.

Courtesy of allhiphop


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