April 9, 2023, will mark two years since DMX passed away

The rapper and actor battled drug addiction most of his life, but unfortunately lost his battle with drugs. 

Since his death, there have been numerous memorials and tributes, but we don’t think anyone saw the next tribute coming.

Funko Pop!, who has been described as a company that creates “giant-headed, big-eyed plastic replicas of your favourite actors and actresses, characters, and people from pop culture,” just announced that they collaborated with the late great X.

The company hit Twitter to make the announcement. 

No release date as of yet, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see this drop around the anniversary of his death. 

Rest in peace, DMX.


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