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L-Boogie is taking her anti-consumerism sentiments on tour.

After serving three months in prison for tax evasion, Lauryn Hill will be performing her first post-prison concert on Thanksgiving Eve at New York City’s Bowery Ballroom.

The “Consumerism” rapper was granted permission to delay her three-month house arrest sentence and go on tour for the next six weeks, before entering her house arrest arrangement on January 1, 2014.

All of Lauryn’s tour dates aren’t available at this time, but tickets for her concert on November 27th go on sale today.


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