DMX In Coma: Critical Brain Testing Begins Wednesday

DMX In Coma: Critical Brain Testing Begins Wednesday

DMX In Coma: Critical Brain Testing Begins Wednesday!

Rapper DMX remains on life support in a New York hospital, and Wednesday will be an extremely critical day to see if he will be able to come out of it. Continue on for details about DMX Brain Testing… suggested that the DMX family start advocating for him, speaking to him, playing his music, and telling him he can wake up and get through this.

According to reports, DMX remains in a coma and his condition has not materially changed … his manager, Steve Rifkind reveals.

Members of DMX’s family visited him Tuesday night … leaving at around 10 PM.

Rifkind says doctors will perform a battery of tests Wednesday to determine the level of brain function. As we reported, when DMX OD’d Friday night, his brain was deprived of oxygen for nearly 30 minutes. Multiple sources told us … he had “little brain activity.”

Although we’re told the prognosis does not look good, Wednesday’s tests will determine decisions the family may have to make.
One thing’s for sure, millions of fans are pulling for him. The vigil outside the hospital where DMX lays in ICU was extremely moving. DMX’s fiancee, mom, and some of his kids have been at the hospital visiting him.

There’s been a lot of inaccurate information floating around about X’s condition, and Rifkind wanted to make it clear …

DMX is currently on life support and in a coma. There are multiple people with inaccurate information about his well-being and it is not helpful and productive. Tomorrow he will undergo further tests on his brain function and his family will determine what’s best from there. We appreciate your prayers and support.

We have to say, they NEED to give X a few weeks for his brain to heal. Sometimes it takes a bit longer to wake up. But a person can overcome all odds if he has the support of family talking to him. It truly helps the individual in a coma to wake up. He hears everything, he just can’t respond because the brain is working on healing.

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