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Mourning the death of Prince Philip and DMX: Priyanka Chopra

Actress Priyanka Chopra is mourning the deaths of Prince Philip and rapper DMX. The husband of the British royal and Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 99 on Friday evening. DMX died at the age of 50.

Taking to Twitter, Priyanka wrote, It is very sad to hear today’s news. Prince Philip. Philip, who helped modernize the monarchy and helped run the British royal family through repeated crises during seven decades of service, died at Windsor Castle.

Phillip – who must have celebrated his 100th birthday in June – had been ill for some time, and had been in hospital since February 16 for more than a month, being treated for a pre-existing heart condition and an infection. Despite witnessing fraud upon his release from the hospital on 16 March, he was more likely to recover. But after the queen died on Friday morning, Philip announced her passing with deep sorrow.

Priyanka also tweeted a message on the death of DMX, with whom she collaborated on the song by NASA in Meltdown. He was one of my favorite artists, growing up, and then got an opportunity to work with him. It was a dream come true. Such a huge loss for the music industry. Love my thoughts and their family.

The rapper’s longtime lawyer confirmed the DMP’s death to AFP, with a statement from his family that the artist, born Earl Simmons, died after about a week on life support after suffering a heart attack.

The Earl was a warrior who fought until the very end, the statement released on Friday stated that the rapper died at White Plains Hospital, north of New York City, with loved ones by his side. The rapper – who ruled in the late 1990s and early 2000s with hits including X Gone ‘Give It To This And Party Up – was one of hip-hop’s darkest yet most beloved stars.

Actor Ranveer Singh also shared a photo of him on Instagram Stories and paid tribute to the rapper.

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