Feminists Trying To 'CANCEL' DMX Over 'Rape' And 'Anti-LGBT' Lyrics!! (DETAILS)

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Rapper DMX is still in the Intensive Care Unit, after suffering a massive heart attack - and may pass away any day now. When he transitions into the afterlife, many in hip hop are planning a HUGE tribute to the legendary rapper. 

But not everyone is singing DMX's praises and ready to usher him into hip hop's Hall of Fame.

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MTO News has learned that there's a growing chorus of feminists and LGBT activists who not only want to shine a light on some of DMX'a lyrics, but are pushing to have him "cancelled."

The activists are concerned that some lyrics from DMX songs may be considered homophobic and anti-woman.

The activists appear to be focusing on two of DMX songs in particular. First the hit song "X Is Coming," a hardcore rap that graphically details a rapist's warnings that he will seek vengeance.

The lyrics describe the rapper raping an underage girl:

"And if you got a daughter older than 15, I'm [going to] rape her," DMX intones. "Take her, on the living room floor, right there in front of you/ D*ck action seriously, what you wanna do?/ Frustrating isn't it? Wanna kill me, but I'm [going to] kill you/ Now watch me f*ck just a lil' while longer please, will you?"

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Another song with controversial lyrics is his hit song "Where The Hood At." In it, DMX appears to make disparaging remarks against gay and trans men. Here are some o the lyrics:

Last I heard, y'all niggas was havin sex, with the same sex

I show no love, to homo thugs

Empty out, reloaded and throw more slugs

How you gonna explain f*cking a man?

Even if we squashed the beef, I ain't touching ya hand

I don't bunk with chumps, for those who been to jail

That's the cat with the Kool-Aid on his lips and pumps

I don't f*ck with n*ggas that think they broads

Only know how to be one way, that's the dog

MTO News confirmed that the LGBT and feminist communities are mobilizing a "Cancel DMX" campaign on Twitter, and it's picking up steam.