GloRilla And Finesse2Tymes Concert Stampede Victims And Families Planning To Sue

They say the deaths were avoidable.

The family of one of the three people who died as a result of the stampede at GloRilla and Finesse2Tymes’ concert in Rochester, New York says they’re planning to sue.

Brandy Miller was reportedly trampled to death during the chaos that followed the show earlier this month. According to TMZ, Michelle, her sister, says the family plans to lawyer up and take the two Memphis rappers to court, as well as the promoters and venue Main Street Armory.

Additionally, Michelle notes that her family has already spoken to several attorneys since Miller was pronounced dead on Monday (March 6) and plans to retain someone who’s high profile.

Stampede At GloRilla Concert In New York Results In 2 Dead

Stampede At GloRilla Concert In New York Results In 2 Dead

Both GloRilla and Finesse expressed their devastation over what happened following the tragic incident. Neither artist is currently under criminal investigation for the incident.

The Miller family says they believe Brandy’s death could have been prevented. They also note that her brother was at the concert as well – observing it from a different area – and he claims that the show was in disarray from the start.

As of last Wednesday, three people have died as a result of the concert. 35-year-old Aisha Stephens died after being critically injured during the incident, which began after fans mistook loud sounds for gunshots, bolting for the exits in unison.

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