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On Sunday, Hurd shared a photograph she took with X just seven days before he was hospitalized.
“7 days prior...This is was the last time we hugged, we danced, we held hands. the last time we said I love you. the last time I would ever hear you scream PUMPKINNN. when we are together we are inseparable, & we DO NOT play about each-other,” she captioned the image.
“I just can’t believe this was our goodbye Shock has been my feeling the past month since I got the worst call in the middle of the night,” she added. “The shock & grief is heavy, uncomfortable, and hard to express. I just don’t have much yet, forgive my silence. I’m trying but right now I don’t have the best words.”
Hurd made her silver screen debut alongside DMX in the 2003 action flick, Cradle 2 the Grave. In the film, she played X’s daughter which sparked a real life connection. X and his then-wife, Tashera Simmons, eventually became Hurd’s godparents.
“I love you so much. I’m so proud to be your god daughter,” she continued. “You are a part of my world and my heart aches terribly these days and will never stop.”
DMX passed away in April after suffering an overdose. He was 50-years-old.
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