DMX's Fiancée Desiree Lindstrom Shares Adorable Pictures with Him and Son Exodus during Vacation

Pedro Marrero
Jul 31, 2020
05:15 P.M.
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The rapper and his partner along with their only child will take time to rest and enjoy a simple family vacation.


DMX, 49, whose real name is Earl Simmons and his fiancée, Desiree Lindstrom have been through good and hard times together during their eight years together. One of their blessings is their only child together, Exodus Simmons.

DMX performs at the 10th Annual ONE Musicfest at Centennial Olympic Park on September 8, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. I Image: Getty Images.


Lindstrom shared some photos where they are seen together outdoors while posing as a family. In the photographs she wrote:

“I love my family!!!! Well needed vacation!!!”



The rapper took the chance during the celebration of the third birthday of his son Exodus to confess to the party attendees that that day he and his fiancée had broken their engagement. However, he changed his mind and decided to get re-engaged that day too.  

So as he spoke, he got down on his knees and with an engagement ring inside a case, he asked Lindstrom again in front of everyone to marry him. Fortunately, Lindstrom said yes and with a kiss, the couple sealed their engagement for the second time.



Apparently, DMX is a family man with a total of 15 children. Exodus is his only son with Lindstrom. He was born in August 2016 in New York City.  

The rapper was married for 11 years to his ex-wife, Tashera Simmons who is the mother of four of his children. The couple divorced on amicable terms.


Then, with his ex-girlfriend Yadira Borrego, the singer has two more children. There are nine women with whom the rapper has children.

However, based on his arrest history for failing to pay child support, DMX appears to prefer jail time rather than fulfill his obligations to give his children money for child support.


In 2018, the singer was sentenced to one year in prison for evading taxes in New York City. After serving his sentence, he was released, reunited with his fianceé and his son who was waiting for him outside the Gilmer Federal Correctional Institution in West Virginia.