M.I Abaga and Choc. City Suing American Rapper, Nas

M.I Abaga and Choc. City Suing American Rapper, Nas

Nigerian rapper, M.I Abaga and his record mark, Chocolate City Limited have documented a body of evidence against American rapper, Nasir Jones, famously known as Nas for not keeping to his own finish of a deal of giving a verse to M.I subsequent to being paid by Chocolate City.

The claim was recorded in New York State Supreme Court a week ago where the American rapper and his business accomplice, Roonie Goodman were blamed for ripping off M.I after their understanding.

This arrangement was made in 2013 where the Nigerian rapper had concurred with the “exceptionally regarded lyricist” as indicated by the claim that Nas would contribute a verse to a track M.I needed to work with (Nas) on. The purpose behind this coordinated effort as indicated by the claim is “on account of Nas’ uncommon ability as a verse essayist.”

As indicated by report, this verse was conveyed as settled upon, yet what did not fill in as concurred is the substance of the verse which did not contain what the Nigerian rapper had conceded to with Nas. This verse as per the claim should contain “M.I, Chocolate City, Nigeria, Queens, New York – Nas’ main residence , Mandela, Trayton Martin, and the battles of Africans and African Americans”. Chocolate City had asked for that Nas records the verse yet he never did as concurred in the wake of gathering a forthright installment of $45,000 and an additional $5,000 given to his accomplice, Goodman who spoke to Nas as a specialist.

With this cooperation never working out as expected, the Nigerian rapper and his name, Chocolate City Limited are requesting a discount of the $50,000 they paid the American rapper in addition to a million dollars for harms of not having the capacity to make a benefit from an arranged joint effort that never happened, corrective harms and lawyer charge.

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Since the case was documented, Nas and his agents have been supposedly inaccessible for remarks.

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