Snoop Dogg Beats Railing Collapse Of Demand

HipHop News Posted on July 26, 2017 at 7:10am

Snoop Dogg Beats Railing Collapse Of Demand

UPDATE: The Doggfather wins again.

Snoop Dogg has just beat a lawsuit arising out of a 2016 tour stop in Camden, New Jersey. While on the Road touring with Wiz Khalifa, a railing collapsed and having several wounded. In consequence, Snoop, Wiz, and Live Nation, were slapped with a lawsuit by 17 different people at the concert. One of the attendees stated that his spine was fractured during the show.

According to TMZ, a judge dismissed the case and explained that the suit was filed in the wrong state of Pennsylvania. From Snoop a California resident, in the case of which, according to reports, he was expelled.

More than 40 people were injured after the "Black and Yellow" rapper told the crowd that "bring your ass down here." The court papers stated that the injuries include broken bones, torn ligaments and tendons, and loss of consciousness, in addition to emotional trauma.

Wiz, who is from Pittsburgh, and Live Nation will continue to fight the suit.

Check the initial incident below.

(The original version of this story was written by Victoria Hernandez on August 24, 2016 and can be found below.)

Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa are being sued by fans after the railing collapsed on the duo of Camden, New Jersey stop of the "High Road Tour" at BB&T Pavilion, according to the Associated Press.

The lawsuit was filed in the vicinity of Philadelphia, and the names of 17 people, three of the workers and 14 assistants to the concert, as the plaintiffs take the artists and Live Nation, the venue operator, to the court. Initial reports said that between 10 and 40 people had suffered "bumps and bruises," but the lawsuit alleges that the most severe injury was a fracture in the spine.

Other injuries listed in court documents include broken bones, torn ligaments and tendons, loss of consciousness, and the emotional trauma.

The railing is collapsed when Snoop and Wiz took the stage as the crowd surged forward. The people fell approximately 10 feet to the concrete b


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