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Lawton hip hop artist scammed, not opening for Jay-Z

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - A Lawton Hip Hop artist who was scheduled to open for one of the biggest stars in the music industry announced on Sunday that he had been scammed. We told you earlier this month Takeez was going to open for Jay-Z in Atlanta in November.

On the artist's Facebook page, he writes that Jay-Z’s company RocNation contacted him and told him he fell victim to the scam. Takeez said the company and other artists had issues with the promoter in the past.

Takeez said he values the support of the city of Lawton, and is moving forward in his career.

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