The reclusive singer has become more famous for her financial and tax issues than her music in recent months, but the former Fugees star put aside her troubles and surprised the crowd by interrupting Nas' set at the PNC Bank Arts Center to revamp their 1996 collaboration "If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)."
The 37-year-old also performed a collection of her classic hits, including "Doo Wop (That Thing)" and "Lost Ones," and she later addressed her devotees, shouting, "Jersey! I have been gone for a long time but I'm back again. Love you. Miss you."
The two-day festival began on Saturday and also featured sets from DMX and Eve, Jadakiss, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ice Cube, Method Man & Redman and Slaughterhouse.
@Glory1975, I agree with you to the MAX!!! And the fact that "Mis-Education" is STILL being played, is STILL loved, and STILL relevant is testimony to her awesome skills! I cannot WAIT to see what she comes up with next!
To all the negative people: WHAT does her "tax" situation and personal life have to do with anything? Whatever happened, WHY are YOU taking it personally? That is between HER and UNCLE SAM, it is being DEALT with, so NEXT?
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