Meek Mill Asks Judge To Toss Lawsuit Over Connecticut Shootout

The rap star says he had nothing to do with a man's death over a shooting outside of the venue.

(AllHipHop News) Meek Mill is asking a judge to toss a wrongful death lawsuit against him stemming from a shootout at one of his shows in Connecticut.

The Philly rapper was sued by the family of a man named Jaquan Graves, who was killed when he was murdered outside of a concert featuring Meek back in 2016.

Meek denied all responsibility for Juquan Graves' death, claiming he was an instigator on the night in question and even fired a weapon.

In addition to Graves' kin, two other families also sued Meek over the shooting.

Dylan Thomas sued Meek in 2017 after he was shot in the leg during the wild night, but he ended up dropping the lawsuit.

The Graves' and the family of Travis Ward are still suing Meek for $3 million each, claiming Meek glorifies violence and attracted gangsters to the concert.