Meek Mill, Roc Nation Served Wrongful Death Suit By Family of Murdered Concertgoer

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Never-ending Trouble

After a 2016 concert, Meek Mill’s name was thrown into headlines behind the slaying of two male concertgoers. Around midnight, shortly after the December concert ended, authorities received a call reporting that someone had been shot in the leg. When the police arrived outside of the Oakdale Theatre in Connecticut, where Meek performed, they found four victims. Two men were shot, receiving non-life threatening injuries, while two others died. The victims were taken to a local hospital, but they were declared dead upon arrival.

Though authorities never linked the violence to Meek Mill himself — and though the incident reportedly happened as the Philly rapper was leaving the venue — the family of one of the victims is suing the rapper and his label, Roc Nation. According to the lawsuit filed by Jaquan Graves’ family, Meek and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation “allowed thugs to remain on the premises, after exhibiting disorderly, disruptive, argumentative, angry and/or agitated behavior toward patrons.”

The family of the second victim has persued a lawsuit as well, though details of it have yet to be released.

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Source: Instagram @meekmill

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