Drag-On Stands Up For DMX On Lockdown, “The Next Disrespect Getting Punched In The Mouth” [Audio]

Drag-On Stands Up For DMX On Lockdown, “The Next Disrespect Getting Punched In The Mouth” [Audio]

Ruff Ryders’ Drag-On has dropped a dedication track to incarcerated rapper DMX a week after his former labelmate turned himself in to authorities.

On a tribute called “From Me To You,” Drag promises to hold X down as he serves a three month sentence.

“I can’t stand the way they talk about the dog,” he raps, “I’m speaking on behalf of X, f*ck all y’all/Because I remember when that n*gga used to lock jaws/All y’all motherf*ckers suck c*ck and balls/The next disrespect, getting punched in the mouth/And when I bring him back, I’ma point cha out/Like, ‘He said it, she said it,’ and how you want ‘em hanging/ all you gotta do is say it — X, f*ck what they saying, I’m every day praying, you come back biting until then I’ma hold this motherf*cking lighter/ And try to set fire to everything I touch/ I’ma smoke n*ggas for you, and bring you back the dutch/ Plus bring you back a bone so you can nibble on that/ And get the taste of blood, maybe that’ll bring you back, homie, yeah the love is like that, homie…” (“From Me To You”)

Details on X’s decision to turn himself over to authorities landed online last week.

DMX turned himself in to the Los Angeles Metropolitan Courthouse on Monday afternoon (July 26) at about 2:30 p.m. to begin serving a 90-day sentence stemming from a 2002 reckless driving charge, according to his attorney. X was arrested for DUI way back in ’02, but reached a plea deal for a lesser charge of reckless driving, the rapper’s lawyer, Aja Southern, told MTV News on Monday. Southern alleged that a series of events, including X having to serve time in an Arizona jail on an unrelated charge, had caused her client to postpone his L.A. sentence. (MTV)

Prior to beginning his sentence, X recorded a video speaking on the decision.

“What’s going on today is that I’m going to turn myself in…Me and my crew, we came to the conclusion that would be best. It was something that happened years ago, a driving infraction…I like L.A., I like the fans, I like to come out here to work. I wanna get that over with…It’s one of the first steps in regaining everything I lost…My relationship with God has gotten so much stronger. He’s always had his hand on me. He always guided me. I didn’t always go where he wanted me to go. But he always had me. Now that I’m actually listening and being obedient, life is so much better.” (All Hip Hop)

Last December, Drag hit up SOHH to update fans on the status of a Ruff Ryders reunion.

“I was just with Sheek [Louch] last night,” Drag-On told SOHH in December 2009. “We were on the radio, just promoting our projects that we got coming out. Everybody’s still cool, you know what I”m saying? It never was no beef, you know what I’m saying? We just all had a lot of things on our plate and we just have to fulfill those needs right now. But other than that, everything else is still kosher. X is always gonna be like my big brother in this game, like, so X was the one that really showed us off. So he’s always gonna be my big brother in the game.” (SOHH)

Check out Drag-On’s “From Me To You” down below:

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