A family is suing Meek Mill because their family member was killed after one of the rapper's concerts. The man, Jaquan Graves was killed outside of the concert back in 2016. Meek is asking a judge to dismissed from the case. The family hit Meek with a wrongful death lawsuit, even though Meek was hit with a total of 3 separate lawsuits. One lawsuit accused Meek and a few other companies with being negligent in the handling of the concert. As far as the one filed by the Graves family, Meek is denying allegations of wrongdoing, according to The Blast. He denies the family's claim that at the time of the shooting Graves was "unarmed and did not contribute" to the fight. Meek says police reports say the victim was an instigator and participated in the melee because police found gunshot residue on Graves, "which indicate that he discharged a firearm" during the altercation. Meek basically said he can't be expected to control random situations like that, and when you think about it, he has a point.
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