Watch Yo’ Mouf: Meek Mill sued over his lyrics by victims shot outside his concert 


To no one’s surprise, things are un-Litty again for Meek Mill as the “Bad For You” rapper is being sued for allegedly spitting incendiary lyrics that ultimately led to a bunch of “thugs” killing two men after his concert.
While a flow containing several gun and murder references is basically the standard for most Hip-Hop staples worth their weight, the family of a slain Meek fan is holding the Philly native responsible for their  31-year-old loved one’s passing.
In a newly filed lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Travis Ward’s peoples — along with another man injured at the concert — says the “Amen” spitter’s appearance at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford, CT back in December drew a violent crowd.


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In pursuit of unspecified damages from Meek and The Oakdale, the family is also reportedly pointing to the DC4 rhymer’s murderous words on “Tony Montana (Freestyle)” where he says, “AK-47 picture perfect like a camera … What’s your body count n****? I’m double digits,” as evidence of his culpability in Travis’ death …and warning signs that the venue should have taken more security precautions.
The legal documents go on to claim the convert hall allowed “thugs” to remain on the premises to incite violence after the concert.
As previously reported on, four people were shot outside of Milly’s show.
Thus far, neither Meek nor any members of his camp have commented on his latest legal woes.
By : Asia Grace

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