A court in the United States has stopped DMX’s fiancée Desiree Lindstrom from being named the rapper’s estate’s administrator.
Lindstrom wanted the court to declare her DMX’s common-law wife, a move that would have granted her custody to the rapper’s estate.
Desiree and DMX share a five year old son and was engaged to him since 2019,she had moved to court and filed paperwork in a bid to being named the estate’s administrator.
In any case her wish was granted, she would have not only gained control of DMX’s estate but also his future earnings in music locking out a number of the late rapper’s adult-aged children who are jostling to be appointed as the administrator of the estate.
They include his three sons namely Xavier, Tacoma and Sean Simmons as well as his two daughters Sasha Simmons and Jada Oden.
According to a reliable source, tension is heightened having in mind that the ‘X gon give it to ya’ rapper left no will.
“There is no will from DMX and that’s a big problem. This is a difficult situation because there are a number of people vying to be named administrators. His fiancée Desiree tried to muscle in by asking the court to be named his common – law wife, which means she would have taken precedence over his children. But the court refused,” said the source
The court further set July 15th as the day of announcing the estate’s administrator.
Meanwhile, DMX’s eight year old daughter Sonovah Hill continues to fill her father’s big shoes by her recent rap on the Ruff Ryders Anthem.
Her video features bikers doing their signature killer stunts. Written By Steve Osaka.