Is Ready Ron Still Alive: Was He Part of the Ruff Ryder’s Chronicles?
Many on Ready Ron Beats are seething about the untimely death of DMX, a popular rapper.
At various points in his life, Ready Ron would reflect deeply on his struggles with substance usage, praying earnestly that his testimony could be of some assistance to someone else. The “Ruff Ryder Song of Devotion” rapper opened up to Talib Kweli about his troubled past, saying that at the age of 14, a rap tutor pushed him to start using hard drugs.
DMX is the only musician in history to have a collection debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart for five consecutive weeks. Overall, DMX has been responsible for the sale of more than 74 million albums all over the world. Additionally, he was included in films such as “Gut” and “Romeo Should Die,” both of which were successful.
Is Ready Ron Still Alive?
Ready Ron is still alive and after DMX’s untimely death, an old interview of him recounting the heartbreaking tale of how he was first exposed to drugs as a teenager appeared online. X claims that his mentor, Ready Ron, unwittingly handed him cannabis laced with crack. DMX claims they simply committed a robbery and divided the proceeds on the night in question.
“…It was his birthday, and we came back and split the money. I said, ‘Here you go, go get something nice for your birthday.’ So he came back with a blunt rolled up, and I’m counting the money, he pass[ed] the blunt.” DMX went on to say after he smoked the blunt, he wasn’t focused on the money anymore.
“I’ve never felt like this; it just fed me up. I later found out that he laced the blunt with crack. Why would you do that to a child? He knew I looked up to him. Why would you do that to somebody who looks up to you? A monster was born. I wouldn’t do that to my worst enemy. Especially to someone that you supposedly love.”
According to the Ruff Ryders rapper, his idol is a “snake.” According to TJB, Ron has since spoken out, claiming the rumour was falsely reported by The Neighborhood Talk Blog. This is what Rob stated,
“How was I 30 years old in 1985 and he was 14? And he and I are only three years apart. You [have to] remember, just because somebody is world-famous doesn’t mean they’re always honest. And I’ve got nothing bad to say about him but you gotta stop lying on me.” Ron went on to say he wasn’t the person who introduced the “Slippin’” rapper to crack. “We were kids, and we were getting high back then; I wasn’t the one to expose him to crack.”
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Was He Part of the Ruff Ryder’s Chronicles?
Ron hints that he ought to be a part of the Ruff Ryder’s Chronicles, which is a five-part documentary series on BET that details the rise of the infamous Ruff Ryder name and the show from which these allegations first came. Despite this, he claims that his obligations to the series did not take care of business.
Fans of DMX are extremely unsettled about the possibility that Ron may soon present evidence that he is innocent, despite the fact that Ron himself may be prepared to do so.
“Ready Ron Take a hike you held up till DMX Kicked the bucket to do a video you ought to of guarded yourself when he was living clout pursuing off someone passing to do right by yourself,” one fan composed.
“Well why you ain’t never attempt to demonstrate your innocence when he was alive??? Precisely. DMX NEVER CHANGED HIS STORY,” another fan remarked.
Following a respiratory failure on April 2, 2021, Simmons was rushed to the White Fields Emergency clinic, where it was reported that he was in basic condition. At the time, it was possibly due to a surplus of medications; nonetheless, it was accounted for.
Simmons’ vital organs failed that morning of April 9, 2021, including his liver, kidneys, and lungs, and he was subsequently declared dead.