DMX Seeks Advice From Dr. Phil — Tha Wire [VIDEO]
It's no secret, life growing up for DMX was anything but stable and his relationship with his mother has scared him forever. X has disused his difficult childhood on many occasions, from VH1’s Behind The Music to various interviews throughout his career. Now he's turning to Dr. Phil. Get more details now with Tha Wire.
The rapper has made it clear that what he went through, still haunts him today and is a major reason why he got hooked on drugs. In recent years in an effort to make some changes, DMX reached out to Dr. Drew and joined the reality show “Couples Therapy” with his wife and even appeared on Iyanla Vanzant’s “Fix My Life”. http://youtu.be/jpZEMrPK57I http://youtu.be/8EtGD86ITQw http://youtu.be/dwghR0rkwQw Can Dr. Phil Help him? We shall see. In the meantime, if your planing on being in Hollywood anytime soon and want attend the highly anticipated interview, sign up to in the Dr. Phil/DMX audience is available here. Listen to Tha Wire below for more details about the upcoming interview.
In other news, congratulations are in order for Monica and her NBA hubby, Shannon Brown. Last Thursday the happy couple welcomed a baby girl and named her Laiyah. The couple met three years ago on the set of Monica’s video for ‘Love All Over Me’, fell in love and married shortly after. The Phoenix Suns baller confirmed the news via his Twitter page. “I THANK GOD for her!!! JOY has been restored in my LIFE!!!” Listen to Tha Wire below for more details. http://youtu.be/6c4OvBw4iM8 Finally, Microsoft’s Xbox Music has something new for gamers and music enthusiasts. Previously only available through the Xbox game console and Windows 8, the service is now available for customers to access the app via their Android and iOS mobile devices. It is the first entertainment service from Microsoft to be available on Google and Apple software too, so this is pretty big. Microsoft is just one of tech giants looking to make mobile streaming a bigger part their company. Apple launched iTunes Radio in June, and Twitter introduced its own music app too, giving apps from Google and Pandora a run for their money. Find out more about how you can get this app and when now. Press play now to hear Tha Wire now.