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I'd wondered how the show in Bmore went....no one could tell me anything...LOL! But then I found this...so I assume...BMore went down much the same way.....huuuumh?
According to the Washington Post
Looks like DMX isn't working overtime to win over fans in the Washington area.
The embattled rapper, 35, skipped out at the last minute on a concert he was to headline at the 9:30 club Thursday night. Concert organizers say they were given a heads up that the artist planned to be a no-show just a few hours before he was scheduled to take the stage.
Apparently DMX (real name Earl Simmons) is no stranger to last-minute cancellations, but a 9:30 publicist says the club was caught off-guard. The show was canceled (with fans already inside the building) and tickets were refunded. DMX also abruptly bailed on a show scheduled for tonight in Baltimore, organizers said.
DMX's manager, Trisha Lum, said yesterday via e-mail that the D.C. concert was canceled by its promoter "a few days" before the show and added that they're hoping it will be rescheduled soon. No word on whether the change-up is related to a lawsuit filed against DMX on Thursday morning in Prince George's County. A Maryland woman is suing the rapper as a result of his claim in a Sister 2 Sister interview that she had raped him in his sleep. Monique Wayne , 25, has a son with the married rapper and is asking for $6 million for defamation, false statements and "unreasonable publicity."
BOUT TIME FOLK START SPEAKING UP