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A concert promoter in Angola has sued Nas
for $10 million, alleging that the rapper's failure to appear at a 2011 concert resulted in his being kidnapped at gunpoint and held for several months, TMZ reports.
Patrick Allocco claims that when Nas failed to appear at a New Year's Eve concert in Angola, concert promoters kidnapped him and held him as ransom for 50 days. Allocco wants Nas to pay up for his horrifying experience, which he claims included constant threats and beatings. He seeks remuneration for psychological, physical, and financial damages, alleging that he lost both his home and his company during his period of captivity.
Nas has yet to comment on the matter. This New Year's Eve, he'll be performing at New York City's Radio City Music Hall with Elle Varner
— and it's unlikely anyone's going to get kidnapped.
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