Lil Peep of the Ex-Company Management Denies Guilt In His Death by Drug Overdose

HipHop News Posted on October 9, 2019 at 6:02am

Lil Peep of the Ex-Company Management Denies Guilt In His Death by Drug Overdose

The first Access, the Entertainment is "extremely disappointed" by the new demand.

Lil Peep the mother of Liza Womack filed a lawsuit on Monday (7 October), claiming the late rapper's tour and management of the company it was guilty in its 2017 death. Now, the First Access, the Entertainment is reportedly calling lack.

In a statement obtained by The Explosion, the company says that, in reality, tried to influence Peep away from drugs and their facilitators..centered-ad {

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They explained, "Lil Peep of the death of an accidental drug overdose was a terrible tragedy. However, the assertion of the First Access, of Entertainment, of any of its employees, or the Persecution of Ortega, or any other person under our auspices was in any way responsible for, complicit in, or contributed to his death is categorically false."

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The delegation continued by saying that, "[the directors] constant


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