DMX's Arizona Home Foreclosed & Up For Sale, Rapper's Property Stolen

DMX's Arizona home is reportedly under foreclosure and has been put up for sale by a local bank. The realtor selling DMX's home, Andrew Wheeler, revealed to AZFamily today (January 2) that the home was left unprotected and in shambles after it was raided for the second time by authorities in May 2008.

Wheeler divulged that the house's doors and windows were blown during the raid and it made it easy for thieves to enter the house.

Wheeler claims various items were stolen including DMX's quads.

"I think people showed up, walked into the house and took what they wanted," Wheeler said.

The Arizona home appeared in DMX's reality show which aired on BET in 2006. The Yonkers bred rapper paid $600,000 for the house in 2003 and the bank has put it up for sale for 429,000.

DMX is currently in an Arizona jail awaiting sentencing on charges of animal cruelty, identity theft and drug possession. The rapper plead guilty to the charges last week and is expected to serve at least 90 days behind bars.