Where My Hot Dogs At? No, the headline is not a misprint. Yes, rap artist DMX was seen working at a Buffalo-area IHop flipping some chicken fajita omelettes. But as of right now, the troubled hip hop star has no plans on working at the fast food breakfast chain.
In fact, DMX, who decided to stay in the Buffalo area after his early release from prison on Friday, was at the restaurant to meet his manager.
DMX was so impressed with his meal that he wanted to go in the kitchen and thank the cooks. When he did, the rap star became so friendly with the cooks that he decided to pick up a pan and crack some eggs. He even put an IHOP employee’s nametag on his shirt while he mastered the grill.
DMX was incarcerated near Buffalo for child support issues.
On January 25, 2018, Earl Simmons, better known as DMX, played B.B. King Blues Club in NYC shortly before the venue permanently closed its doors. Despite his late arrival, DMX managed to put on a great show and win back the restless crowd that waited hours for him to arrive.
The crowd went crazy when he finally came out, but many were skeptical if he was going to be able to perform due to his recent issues with substance abuse. DMX proved everyone wrong who doubted him as he started his set with the hard hitting “We Right Here.” He sounded like he did in ’98, the year his first album, It’s Dark and Hell is Hot came out.