DMX Is Getting More Offers Behind Bars Than In Front Of Them
According to XXL, DMX is already working on music, as well as some book deals and movies from film companies.
While X has been held in New York and has been awaiting transfer to FCI Danbury, he has been keeping busy, according to Lawyer Murray Richman.
While he’s been pitched autobiographical projects on his life, both in book and movie form, DMX will still have to pay $2.3 million in restitution for tax evasion. The judge told him that he will have to pay monthly installments of 10% of his gross monthly income 2 years after prison, as well as be under court-ordered supervision.
That’s gonna put a cramp in the Ruff Ryder’s style, that’s for sure. Queue the “Y’all gonna make me lose my mind…”
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