DMX’s Casket Gets Brought On In A Monster Truck As Thousands Of Bikers Lead Memorial Service Ride To Barclays Center

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DMX passed away two weeks at the age of 50 and now his life is being honored in a way that he would have probably liked.

On Saturday, DMX’s casket was put on the back of a monster truck as hundreds of bikers led the funeral procession from his birth place of Yonkers to the Brooklyn’s Barclays Center where he was going to be memorialized.

Via NY Post.

Hip-hop legend DMX stopped traffic one last time Saturday — with a high octane funeral procession that growled from Yonkers to Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center, where thousands are turning out for the rapper’s 4 p.m. memorial service.

The procession began at around noon in Yonkers — where the rapper, whose real name is Earl Simmons, grew up. It was led by hundreds of motorcycles, and the rapper’s shiny red coffin was borne on the flatbed of a souped-up monster truck, with “Long Live DMX” emblazoned on the sides of the vehicle.

Here are the awesome videos/pictures of DMX’s funeral procession on Saturday.