Jada posted up footage last night (September 15) of himself alongside Dark Man X and promised their bond would never end.
Earlier this year, Ruff Ryders’ Eve talked about wanting to get the crew back together.
“I saw Swizz [Beatz] the last time he was in London. But I haven’t seen X. I feel like I probably will while I’m here…We’re trying to get together – anytime Ruff Ryders calls me, I’m there. No questions. Whatever they need. No problem.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Recently, the married hip-hop veteran spoke on her publicized rap game hiatus.
“What kept me away wasn’t something that was conscious. It was more just life stuff. I moved to a new country, I got married. I just needed to settle again,” Eve revealed. “[The new music?] I think it’ll represent my growth. It’ll represent who I am and where I am at this point in my life.” (Rap-Up TV)
Last year, group member Drag-On spoke to SOHH about the impact Ruff Ryders had on his rap career.
“I love the Ruff Ryders. At the end of the day, we’re all still Ryde or Die. Those are the people that put me on the map. Without them, there wouldn’t be me, DMX or L-O-X. I definitely want to give them a crazy big salute. Ruff Ryders literally came to my projects and got me out of it. That’s how I got signed. Me? I don’t know any other CEO going to your projects other than Ruff Ryders. Definitely respect to them. They definitely taught me a lot.” (SOHH)