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DMX Tells Drake “Your Balls Ain’t That Big, Son” Regarding New Aaliyah Album [VIDEO]


It’s safe to say that DMX is still not a very big Drake fan. Yesterday, Dark Man X was on MTV’s RapFix Live and let it be known that he wasn’t too happy about Drizzy (“He has talent, but it’s kinda redundant,” said X) reportedly being an executive producer of a forthcoming Aaliyah album. Specifically, the “Stop Being Greedy” rapper took exception to the late singer’s longtime collaborators Missy Elliott and Timbaland initially thought to not being involved in the posthumous project.

“I’m kinda feelin’ some kinda a way about the fact that you been commissioned, that you been blessed, you’ve been given the opportunity to do the Aaliyah album yet you don’t include anybody that she worked with personally.,” said X. “What part of the game is that?”

He continued, “I’ma tell you why I’m mad, son. There’s a reason why I feel the way I feel. How do you disregard what this woman did? What this beautiful angel did and say, ‘Oh alright, I’m gonna take it for myself because I’m hot right now and I’m feelin’ myself, and I’m Canadian’. How do you just go there with it? Your balls ain’t that big, son.”

DMX appeared with Aaliyah in the film Romeo Must Die and recorded a song together called “Back In One Piece” for its soundtrack. Watch the rest of unfiltered commentary below.


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  • DMX what happened to you, d@mn!!! Someone please take this man to rehab & keep him there b/c it’s sad to look at this talented man wasting away like this. He made a lot of valid points but his twitching was too distracting and horrid to look at.

  • TDR25_Forever

    I have to agree with X on this one. How can you really make an album about someone else, yet not have the people they’ve worked with or were closest to have some hand in making it? That’s like some lame new director who just happened to have two hit films under his belt making a biopic about someone he never seen or personally knew, and not having anyone associated with the said person have any input into the film.