Iyanla Vanzant Records Open Letter To DMX: ‘My Door Is Always Open’

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Following Saturday’s explosive episode of OWN’s Iyanla Fix My Life featuring DMX, spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant has vowed to remain open to helping the troubled rapper, despite his resistance.

The intimate session aimed to delve into DMX’s dark issues with drug and alcohol addictions, as well as mend the strained relationship with his ten children. But a publicist for the 42-year-old star said the 90-minute episode only “made his image worse” and that Vanzant didn’t have “personal written consent to use the footage.”

In a open letter posted to the network’s website, Vanzant says she’s not ready to give up on DMX and urges friends, family and fans to continue to send their love and support.

She added, “I know that there’s no valley deep enough, no gap wide enough, no mountain high enough that love can’t conquer. My door is always open.”

 

Article originally posted by Uptown Magazine.

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