According to #TMZ, the family of one of the deceased victims from #Glorilla and #Finesse2Tymes concert plans to take legal action against both artist, the concert promoters, and the venue for the death of their loved one.
Brandy Miller, 35, lost her life, along with 2 others, while attending the Finessee2Tymes and Glorilla concert in Rochester, NY. According to reports, concert goers assumed they heard gunshots, which sparked a panic and sent the crowd rushing towards the exit.
The Miller family says they are devastated by the death of their loved one and wants whoever is responsible to pay for it. Michelle, Brandy’s sister, says the family is in the process of getting an attorney.
They’ve reportedly spoken to several since Brandy was pronounced dead last week, and aim to retain someone who’s high profile because the family “has no plans to back down.” Brandy’s brother was also in attendance and he claims the concert was ghetto from the start. They believe that all the chaos could’ve been prevented.
The other 2 deceased victims have been identified as 33-year-old Rhondesia Belton and 35-year-old Aisha Stephens. Several other concertgoers were injured as well.
Finesse and GloRilla had reportedly left the venue before the stampede. They’ve both expressed how devastated they are about the tragedy. Currently there are no criminal charges against either artist.
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 🙏🏽
— GloRilla 🦍 (@GloTheofficial) March 7, 2023
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Since the first two deaths, the city of Rochester, New York has denied a renewal of venue’s entertainment license. On Wednesday (March 8), the city pulled the venue’s license, following a shut down, as the city continues its criminal and regulatory investigations — which include fire and code enforcement inspections on the building. The building capacity was 5,000.
Patrick Beath, the city’s deputy corporation counsel, also said that officials are reviewing videos and photos from the Sunday night concert, as they try to determine if there were any violations committed.