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DMX to Face Personal Struggles on ‘Dr. Phil’ [Video]

DMX‘s struggle both financially and personally has been fodder for the tabloids. Now the embattled rapper is ready to tell his side of the story on the ‘Dr. Phil Show.’

On Wednesday’s episode (Sept. 25), which was previously taped in Los Angeles, the Ruff Ryders MC chats with Dr. Phil about his recent run-ins with the law, his past troubles with substance abuse and family issues.

Oh, and there was this recent streaking incident, as well.

The last time we saw X get some help on television was with spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant. And we all know how that turned out — not good.

Judging by the trailer, it looks like Dr. Phil gives DMX the tough love that he really needs. Although, we have to say, all of it sounds like a broken record to us.

Meanwhile, according to the Wall Street Journal, X has $50 to his name and can’t pay any of his bills. In addition, he owes $1.24 million in child support.

DMX not only needs a psychiatrist to air out his problems, but he needs a financial adviser as well. Quick! Someone get Suze Orman on speed dial.

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