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DMX’s Ex-Wife Tashera Simmons Remembers The Day She Met Him As A Kid: ‘Good Girl Loves Bad Boy’

DMX’s Ex-Wife Tashera Simmons Remembers The Day She Met Him As A Kid: ‘Good Girl Loves Bad Boy’

Legendary late rapper DMX’s ex-wife, Teshera Simmons recalled the day she met him as a kid during a recent interview with People Every Day.

On April 9, Earl Simmons, who is known for his stage name as DMX, died in the hospital where he was treated for a week. The news of the legendary rapper’s death was announced by his family. he was 50 years old.

Teshera Simmons spoke with People Every Day to talk about their relationship with the late rapper. During the interview, she recalled how they met and said that she was a kid when she met with the rapper.

Here’s what Teshera Simmons said:

“I am torn. Our children are suffering and trying to get to over that ‘not enough time with their dad’ thing; it’s a tough time.”

She continued and said that DMX is starting to understand what she has done in the past. She continued:

“At the same time … I used to think that this was insensitive to say, but I do believe he is in a better place, just because of the words he left me with. He was never afraid of passing on. And I used to be aggravated with that, but now I understand.”

She also recalled how she first met a young DMX when they were just 11-years-old:

“I didn’t know that it was filmed. When they called me, I didn’t realize that this was the last interview that he’d done. And the things that he talked about in it were so powerful to them, stories that he spoke about of myself and him that I didn’t even remember, really, until… They literally had to replay it.

Good girl loved bad boy. The way they jogged past me and caught my vision, our eyes … and I was just like, ‘My hero.’ I’m trying to find the words to explain what I’m trying to say. But it just felt right in a crazy moment. It felt right.”

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