Meek Mill’s legal troubles are going from bad to worse.
The currently incarcerated rapper, along with his management team at Roc Nation, is being hit with a wrongful death lawsuit stemming from a shooting that left two dead and further injured two others at one of his concerts in Wallingford, Connecticut last December.
As per TMZ, the family of Jaquan Graves – one of the victims fatally shot outside the concert – claims that Meek and the entertainment company “allowed thugs to remain on the premises, after exhibiting disorderly, disruptive, argumentative, angry and/or agitated behavior toward patrons.”
They are suing for unspecified damages.
The family of the second victim who died, Travis Ward, reportedly filed a similar lawsuit earlier this year. They claimed the concert’s venue, the Oakdale Theatre, attracted a violent crowd that were lured by the lyrical content of Meek Mill’s music.