DMX Shows Off His Sucking Skills, “Broom, Vacuum, Mop, Whatever”

DMX Shows Off His Sucking Skills, “Broom, Vacuum, Mop, Whatever”

New York rap veteran DMX proved his cleaning habit is bigger than a South Carolina Waffle House by getting caught vacuuming up a nightclub this week.

Proud of his actions, X took no shame in cleaning up the SC night spot.

Get your heads out of the gutter. The troubled rapper was captured on another stop in his cleaning spree this weekend when he vacuumed a South Carolina night club. TMZ snagged a video of DMX at Club Universal in Spartanburg, South Carolina cleaning up shop with the staff. When the gossip site asked X what the deal was, his response was pretty simple: He’s here to help. “Broom, vacuum, mop, whatever … It’s a rewarding experience,” X said. “What can I say? I like clean s— and the supplies were available.” Clean s– seems like an oxymoron, but whatever — more power to him. (Pop Crush)

Just last week, X was spotted mopping up a local Waffle House.

DMX sentenced himself to hard labor yesterday, relieving a lowlyWaffle House employee from mop duty … and performing the filthy chore himself! The photos were snapped at a WH in Greenville, South Carolina — where the rapper stopped in for some late night eats .. after a Halloween party at a nearby strip club. The rapper tells us, one of the workers — who was mopping the floors at the time — said he was a big fan … and X was so touched, he grabbed the mop and finished the guy’s job for him. The Dog tells us, “I was in a good mood and felt that I would do that for him since it was 4am and [the employee] had been working all night.” The rapper adds, “The minute you get too big to mop a floor or wipe a counter, that’s the exact minute you have life f**ked up.” (TMZ)

The cleaning spree comes just weeks after X announced ending his cocaine addiciton and opened up about past life mistakes.

“I wouldn’t change one thing,” X told hosts Rocsi and Terrence. “That made me the man I am today and I love the way I am.” When asked what he thought of today’s popular rappers, he responded, “I really don’t think about other rappers, no disrespect. I’d rather focus on what I am seeing, the message I need to get across.” On “Last Hope,” X rhymes over a beat which was previously used by Drake. “I didn’t know it was his song,” said X. “I heard the beat, the hook. I’m like, ‘I gotta beast on that.’ Thanks for bringing it to the table, I guess.” (Rap-Up)

X’s publicist Domenick Nati recently told SOHH his client was headed to celebrity doctor Dr. Drew‘s “Lifechangers” show to help a troubled teenager.

“I am very excited about this show. Everybody knows DMX the artist and performer but his fans rarely get to see Earl Simmons,” Nati told SOHH via statement. “When Earl was asked to try to help a troubled teen he was insistent that everything be “real”. He didn’t want anything scripted, he just wanted to speak from the heart. I haven’t seen the final cut but I hope that the world gets a glimpse of how genuine DMX really is.” (SOHH)

Check out some recent DMX footage below:

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