Ben Crump will represent the family of a third victim of the fatal GloRillaConcert

Ben Crump will represent the family of a third victim of the fatal GloRillaConcert ...

The GloRilla and Finesse 2Tymes concert that took place on March 5th in Rochester, New York, resulted in three fatalities, but also a lawsuit. Aisha Haskins-Stephens' family has hired respected civil rights attorney Ben Crump to represent them in the upcoming court case.

Crump, who has worked on several high-profile cases including Trayvon Martin's wrongful death lawsuits, claims that Stephens' death could have been prevented.

"It is disturbing that following the deaths caused by a crowd stampede at the Astroworld Festival, further precautions have not been taken at concert venues," said the speaker. Aisha's tragic death was completely preventable, and we are calling for transparency from Main Street Armory, GloRilla, and event personnel as the investigation into how this incident unfolds continues."

Rhondesia Belton, 33, of Buffalo, and Brandy Miller, 35, of Rochester, were among those who died in the concert stampede. Seven other attendees were also reported to have been hurt.

Miller's sister revealed their family's intentions to sue the "Tomorrow 2" and "Back End" spitters, the concert's promoters, and the Main Street Armory, where the incident occurred, and that their family will seek "high-profile" legal assistance, with "no plans to recoil."

She mentioned that the victim's organs had been donated.

Both Glo and Finesse 2Tymes were present at the time of the stampede, and neither rapper has reason to be under investigation at this time.

Following the tragedy, Memphis rapper tweeted: "My followers mean the world to me" and "My prayers for everyone affected and my speedy recovery."

"I want to extend my condolences to the family and the people who were hurt," Finesse said. "I think it was a situation where someone fell, and people began fleeing, and innocent people got hurt."

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