GoFundMe is established by DMX’s daughter to fund drug abuse documentaries.

The loss of DMX two years ago is almost coming. The renowned Hip Hop legend passed away in 2021 as a result of an unintentional overdose that led to a heart attack. His daughter, Sonovah Hillman Jr., is producing a documentary about drug misuse, according to a GoFundMe account. Because she has “lost several family members to fentanyl and drug addiction,” the 10-year-old said, she wanted to contribute her little voice to this crucial, international discussion.

Many people have backed Sonovah, especially those who can relate to her hardships. Others, usually adults, who had also lost parents or other family members to drug misuse not only gave money, but they also expressed support for her efforts with loving words. Unfortunately, Hip Hop has lost a lot of ground since DMX’s demise. Numerous young artists have identified the problem and posted about their healing on social media.

DMX, meanwhile, always spoke candidly about his journey. People still debate the drug culture in Hip Hop today as a result of his candor about his troubles. In order to assist others, the legendary rapper frequently discussed his experiences and even underwent public counseling on reality television. Sonovah is carrying on her father’s legacy by making sure it continues to inspire people.