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    Nas Sued by Kidnapping Victim

    PHILADELPHIA, PA - OCTOBER 13:  Nas performs at Heineken Red Star Access Philadelphia featuring Nas, Wale and Q-Tip at The Electric Factory on October 13, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Lisa Lake/Getty Images for Heineken)

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    This is what happens when you’re a no-show, Nas. A concert promoter who says he was held captive for 50 days by Angolan promoters is suing the rapper for $10 million after Nas failed to show up for a New Year’s Eve concert—that he had already been paid for. Patrick Allocco says he was taken hostage December 2011 by the concert promoters and their “henchmen” who wanted Nas’s $300,000 advance fee back. Allocco is claiming he suffered physically, financially, and psychologically as a result of the kidnapping.

    Read it at TMZ