The weekend of September 17 and 18 of 2011, Rev Run made a special guest appearance at Bay Area Fellowship with Pastor Bil Cornelius in Corpus Christi, Texas Bay Area Fellowship Church.Simmons has also created two other cable series, both of which premiered in 2014; Rev Run's Renovation which runs on both the DIY Network and HGTV, and Rev Run's Sunday Suppers for Cooking Channel. With her, he had three more children: Daniel "Diggy" Simmons III, Russell "Russy" Simmons II, and Victoria Anne Simmons.
Thank God, he's not gangster, who knows what could happen as a result of rap beef.
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"I grew up a good kid," he continued while his friends shouted "leave the lil homie alone", directly in front of the camera.
"Now how you gonna mention my uncle Russell / Then disrespect his nephew / The industry forgot you / Fucker, you nothing special/ These niggas hate to love you / Simmons will not let you / Compare your money to my money, boy that's disrespectful." Following the release of the single Jo Jo Simmons, Skillgang member, Hyneif aught Jo Jo "slippin'" and posted a picture forcing a seemingly scared Simmons to apologize on the phone to Santana.
"Mind on the Road" uses samples from the song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll", in the tradition of Run–D. C.'s 1980s hits which use samples like Aerosmith's hit "Walk This Way".
In 2002, he appeared on a special "Rap Stars" edition of The Weakest Link, and was the third one voted off.
The same day, symbolic of his "Prosperity Ministry", there was a "Rolls Royce parade outside the Plaza Hotel in New York City, "featuring Jordan's Phantom Rolls Royce. Run was a feature in the single "Song 4 Lovers" by UK pop band Liberty X in September 2005.
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On August 5, 2008, Gotham Press published Simmons' book, Take Back Your Family: A Challenge to America's Parents, co-authored by his wife, Justine Simmons, and Chrisifer Morrow.