Many were anticipating DMX’s release out of prison because he’s a hip-hop favorite and one of the best storytellers of all time.
The rapper was released from a West Virginia federal prison on Friday. Who knew he was so close!
During his travels, he made a pit stop at Royal Farms on 85!
A few lucky DMX fans working at a Maryland gas station were among the first people to see the rapper after he got out of prison, and when they asked for a photo he replied … “X Gon Give it to Ya!”
Folks at the Royal Farms store in Frederick tell TMZ … DMX and his crew of about 20 pulled in Friday night around 7 PM to gas up and grab some goodies. We’re told everyone immediately recognized him and he was super friendly to the staff … agreeing to snap several pics before they took off.
We broke the story … DMX became a free man again Friday after he was released from federal prison in West Virginia. He completed a one-year sentence for tax evasion. He was first seen out in public post-prison with his son and fiancee, grabbing breakfast at a local spot.
As we’ve told you … the rapper is planning on dropping a new album and tackling some new movie projects in 2019, including a possible biopic. So, stay tuned!
Originally Published — 7:54 AM PST
Who saw X when he was here? Shout out to the lucky employees at Royal Farms who were on shift that day!
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