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Evelyn Lozada, the 37-year-old "Basketball Wives" star and entrepreneur, is supporting rapper DMX, who is working to overcome his issues on "Iyanla: Fix My Life."
Lozada has appeared on the same show as the rapper with spiritual counselor and host Iyanla Vanzant. The reality television star took to Twitter to let over 1 million followers know how interesting the episode was.
"Wow," Lozada tweeted. "I just received an advance copy of Iyanla Fix My Life from @OWNTV with DMX and it's captivating! #supportdmx."
Earl "DMX" Simmons is kicking off the second season of Vanzant's show where he will receive a visit from Vanzant in his hometown of Yonkers, N.Y. The rapper's temper may flare during portions of the show where the spiritual counselor attempts to help him overcome issues with addiction, trouble with the law and his family life, according to OWN.
Lozada, who once appeared on Vanzant's show to curb her own temper and change her life after engaging in a domestic dispute with estranged husband and former NFL player Chad Johnson, went on to encourage a fan to watch the show.
"@AmbitiousNik @OWNTV @IyanlaVanzant The show premieres this Saturday at 9pm EST/8pm CST," Lozada tweeted. "You are going to be amazed. #SupportDMX."
In a preview of the episode featuring the 42-year-old rapper, he is seen yelling at Vanzant after she questions if he is on drugs during their session.
"Shut the (expletive) up man," he yells at her.
Vanzant did not back down in the preview provided by OWN.
"I'm not intimidated by you," she told the rapper. However, the exchange did not stop there.
"You don't got to be intimidated, stop running your mouth," the seemingly enraged rapper yelled back.
The situation seemed to turn more volatile when Vanzant began to raise her voice.
"You don't get to speak to me ever again," she yelled back at DMX, before eventually walking away from the rapper.
"He don't get to roll up in our park and play his game," Vanzant said.
While it is unclear whether Vanzant gave up working with the rapper, people can witness the entire episode during the season two premiere of the show Saturday, April 13 at 9 p.m. ET.