N.J. Police are investigating a report from a man at a gas station, that rapper DMX robbed him early Sunday morning according to official reports.
A 21-year-old man told Newark cops that DMX and the rapper's entourage stripped him of $3,200 in cash at an Exxon station just after midnight, according to Newark Police spokesman Ronald Glover.
The victim told police that the conflict began after he recognized the rap star at the filling station on Highway 21 and the two began to talk about music.
During the conversation, a member of the rapper’s entourage pulled out a gun, and demanded the victim’s money, the man told police.The alleged victim followed DMX and his entourage after they robbed him, getting close enough to get a license plate number off one the cadillac escalades driven by the entourage.
No one has been arrested in the ongoing investigation, police said.
DMX, recently made a comedic appearance as a jailbird in Chris Rock's film, "Top Five," and was scheduled to be in Newark Saturday night for a concert at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.