Real Housewives Of Atlanta alum Claudia Jordan apologizes for accidentally tweeting DMX was dead … as rapper remains in intensive care unit after heart attack
Real Housewives Of Atlanta alum Claudia Jordan apologized to her fans for accidentally tweeting that DMX was dead.
The 50-year-old rapper reportedly overdosed last week and is in the ICU at White Plains Hospital in New York after a heart attack.
‘Rest in Paradise DMX,’ Claudia, 47, wrote on Tuesday to find out the rapper was alive, delete her original tweet, then post, ‘I’m sorry.’
Under Fire: Real Housewives Of Atlanta alum Claudia Jordan apologized to her fans for accidentally tweeting that DMX was dead; seen in 2019
“It is possible she thought the media had announced that DMX had died,” one Twitter user wrote in response to her apology.
‘I did,’ confirmed Claudia who played in just one season of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta. ‘I deleted it. And apologized. I feel terrible.’
When a fan told her not to regret, Claudia pointed out that she “ had no intention of hurting anyone or doing anything wrong. ”
Claudia added: ‘I understand how people feel like me too. I’ve been busy with it since he got sick. ‘
Crisis: The 50-year-old rapper reportedly overdosed last week and is in the ICU at White Plains Hospital in New York after a heart attack; seen in 2009
She continued, “But they are right. Not my place. I just want to pray for all of the family and all of its supporters who are in pain. ‘
DMX went into cardiac arrest before being hospitalized on Friday TMZ report that he had overdosed.
However, his longtime attorney Murray Richman was unable to confirm whether an overdose was causing the cardiac arrest and was not sure what caused it.
She explained herself: ‘Rest in Paradise DMX’, Claudia, 47, wrote on Tuesday to find out the rapper was still alive, delete her original tweet and then post: ‘I’m sorry’
Hundreds of benefactors gathered outside White Plains Hospital and TMZ reported over the weekend that his 15 kids rushed to his bed.
A range of celebrities including Kelly Rowland, Ja Rule, Chance The Rapper, Viola Davis and Machine Gun Kelly have sent their good wishes online.
Last Saturday, when household names asked for prayers online, a family insider confided that DMX’s forecast “didn’t look right.”
Good wishes: Claudia, pictured in Camarillo in 2019, said: ‘I just want to pray for the whole family and all of its supporters who are in pain’; seen in 2019