The removal of the article from the New York Post on DMX

The removal of the article from the New York Post on DMX

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Joshua Pressley started this petition to The New York Post

On April 6, 2021 at 8:03pm, Sarah Paynter of the "New York Post" posted the article, "DMX and the houses he's lost during his rap career".  This article chronicles the loss that this man has incurred over the course of his career and shines a light on his financial dealings. The article is an example of how even when at near death, the media will make time to kick and snipe at a black person's humanity.

The ask is that this article be removed from the New York Post's website and a public apology be given to the family of Earl Simmons, as they deal with his situation and potential life long care or death, while praying for a miraculous restoration.

The article was in the poorest taste, and in reviewing the author's previous posts (SARAH PAYNTER) there as not been a time in recent history where she has taken on a situation that even resembles this.  Most of her previous articles focus on the purchase or sale of houses by celebrities.  This was not in line with any of those stories as she made a point to diminish him in this story.

New York Post, have some decency.  Dark Man X (DMX/Earl Simmons) is one of New York's Sons.  He has been through a lot.  Don't make it a point to sullen him any further than he already has been.

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