dmx1.jpgAccording to a report by the Journal News of Westchester, Yonkers rapper DMX turned down a plea bargain yesterday in his latest traffic case in White Plains. The rapper was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor, after being stopped by police for speeding last month (June 2). After yesterday’s hearing DMX’s attorney, Murray Richman, confirmed that a deal had been offered and rejected. However, he did not elaborate on the details of the proposed agreement. The case has been adjourned until August 25, and Judge Barbara Leak suggested that the issue might benefit from being solved outside of the courtroom. After leaving court, the rapper told reporters he did not feel as if he was being treated fairly. Referring to his June 30 imprisonment and subsequent release on bond, he said, “I don’t feel good about this at all, it’s not fair—$25,000 for traffic tickets? Come on. Let’s keep it real.”