DMX’s Fianceé Desiree Lindstrom Breaks Her Silence Following His Passing

Desiree Lindstrom, the bride-to-be of the late DMX, is smashing her stillnes on his death in a sincere berth on Instagram.

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Desiree is the hip-hop legend’s fiancee and the mother of his 15 th child, a son Exodus born in 2016. On Sunday, more than a week after the hip-hop legend’s passing, she made a post shine on the relations between the two countries, throwing supporters a little more insight into their time together. She uploaded a picture of them together and wrote about how much she adoration X.

” The first night we met and you nursed me close. I knew I would never “lets get going” ,” she wrote.” I was lost in you and nothing else mattered. My best friend, my child, my love…truly my everything. Thank you for us. Thank you for Exodus .”

She continued,” Thank you God for Earl Simmons…forever X .”

While this is Desiree’s first time speaking about her fiance’s death, she was quick to commemorate her affection for DMX in a exceedingly permanent way.

The same day that he progressed, she got a new tattoo to honor her spouse, getting his acclaimed “X” logo along with the words, “dog love” inked on her wrist. New York-based tattoo artist Krystal Killsis the one who did the section, affixing about its own experience on Instagram while showing off the finished product.

“I feel honored to be able to do this memorial but also saddened. Your sun was unmatchable, ” she wrote on Instagram before labelling Desiree. “I pray you find your acces through these dark occasions and remember the love you had for each other will forever be untethered. I’m glad I got to witness it.”

DMX passed away on April 9, just one week after suffering a heart attack and other complications following a drug overdose. His monumental will be held on Saturday, April 24, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn with a live river available for followers. His private funeral will be held the following day on Sunday, April 25.

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