Meek Mill and Roc Nation Given Second Wrongful-Death Lawsuit
Meek Mill along with Roc Nation have been hit with a second wrongful death lawsuit from a concert shooting last year.
This morning, it was reported by XXL that Meek Mill has been hit with a second wrongful death lawsuit. At a show in December 2016 in Wallingford, CT, an altercation leading to a shooting broke out, leaving Travis Ward, 31, as well as Jaquan Graves, 20, both dead. Ward’s family had sued Mill and label Roc Nation in May of this year, and now the family of Graves has initiated legal action.
This has only made things tougher for Meek Mill. Earlier this month, the 30 year old Philadelphia rapper was sentenced to a minimum 2 years in state prison for violating his parole. Since, this has caused numerous outcries against the harsh sentences imposed by the current legal system. Athlete such as Colin Kaepernick and Joel Embiid have made the trip to visit Meek, along with reportedly Al Sharpton as well.
At this point, we can only hope the end of this sentence for Meek is near. And looking at the situation from today, it doesn’t seem like it will support that favor.