The family of one of the victims of a crowd surge at a GloRilla and Finesse2tymes concert now plans to sue. Moreover, such reports come from TMZ, who spoke to the sister of Brandy Miller, one of the deceased. However, no such statements have been made as of writing this article from other families of those lost. Still, Michelle Miller told the publication that they intend to sue Glo, Finesse, event promoters, and Main Street Armory, the venue in question. In addition, Michelle said that Brandy's brother was also at the concert and testified that it was chaotic from the jump.
Regardless, Miller was one of three victims of the deadly concert stampede that took place in Rochester. In the aftermath, Michelle expressed that her family is in the process of finding the right attorney to move forward with their case. According to her testimony, they spoke to several lawyers after Brandy was pronounced dead on Monday. Not only that, but they seek someone quite high-profile, as they have "no plans to back down." Perhaps this legal action will take shape quite quickly considering the tragedy and scale of the incident, and the fact they believe it was easily avoidable.
GloRilla & Finesse2tymes Concert Stampede: Victim's Family Aims To Sue
Since the concert took place, both Memphis artists expressed heartbreak and devastation about the incident. "I'm just now hearing about what happened wtf," GloRilla tweeted. "Praying everybody is ok," and she continued in another tweet the day after. "I am devastated & heartbroken over the tragic deaths that happened after Sunday's show. My fans mean the world to me. Praying for their families & for a speedy recovery of everyone affected." On the other hand, Finesse initially caught heat for not acknowledging the deaths of innocent people and instead focusing on people trying to bring him down.
However, he since clarified his stance in a TMZ conversation. "Sometimes when you winning and you done won so fast... so I'm frowned upon," he said. "But as far as the situation in New York, condolences to the family and the people who was injured. That's what I wanted to say. I think it was a situation where someone fell, and people started running. Things got out of control and innocent people got hurt." However, he said that he wasn't worried about potential lawsuits or being blamed for the incident. Come back to HNHH for the latest updates on this developing story.