GloRilla and Finesse2Tymes Concert Victim’s Family Plans to File Lawsuit Against Rappers!

Three people died at the show put on by GloRilla and Finesse2Tymes because of injuries they got there. The family of one of the people who died plans to sue the rappers.

According to a report from TMZ that came out on Sunday (March 12), the family of one of the victims, Brandy Miller, plans to sue GloRilla, Finesse2Tymes, the promoters, and the Main Street Armory in Rochester, N.Y.

Michelle, Brandy’s sister, told TMZ that her family is in the process of hiring a high-profile lawyer because they “have no plans to back down.”

As was already known, three people who were hurt at the GloRilla and Finesse2Tymes concert on March 5 at the Main Street Armory in Rochester, New York, have died. People may have been scared because they thought they heard gunshots as they left the venue, which caused a crowd surge that led to a stampede that killed three people and hurt many others.

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Rhondesia Belton, a 33-year-old woman from Buffalo, N.Y., Aisha Stephens, from Syracuse, N.Y., and Brandy Miller, from Rochester, N.Y., are the three people who have died.

TMZ said that GloRilla and Finesse left the venue before the stampede, and neither artist is being investigated for a crime at this time because of what happened. Glo and Finesse have both told the family of the victim that they are sorry for what happened.

Big Glo wrote on Twitter, “I just found out what happened. WTF? I hope everyone is okay.”

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In a follow-up tweet, she said, “I am devastated and heartbroken over the tragic deaths that happened after Sunday’s show.” “My fans mean the world to me. I pray for their families and for everyone who has been hurt to get better quickly.”

Glorilla and Finesse2Tymes have been asked for their thoughts by source.