Wiz Khalifa And Snoop Dogg are already facing a lawsuit after a joint New Jersey concert ended in injuries back in August. A security railing collapsed during the performance, causing 50 people in the audience to fall 10 feet onto the ground below. The accident was preceded by Snoop Dogg shouting to the audience, "Everybody in the motherf*cking lawn, bring your ass down here. Seventeen concert goers feel that Snoop, Wiz Khalifa, and the venue should be held responsible for what happened.
Now the rappers are facing another lawsuit, this one filed on behalf of a 16 year-old girl who was injured that night. TMZ reports that the girl's grandmother is suing because the rappers yelled for audience members to move closer to the stage, thereby causing the accident. She also believes Live Nation, which manages the venue, should be held responsible for the inadequate safety measures taken prior to the event.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the woman claims her granddaughter fell 10 feet onto the concrete where she was then pinned by the crowd. She was knocked unconscious, and when she woke up she was covered in blood and her wrist and arm were broken. She's been having nightmares ever since the incident, and due to her injuries, she had to give up competitive cheerleading.
Live Nation, Wiz Khalifa, and Snoop Dogg have yet to comment on this newest lawsuit.
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