TaxStone Indicted For Troy Ave Bodyguard’s Murder

The murder charge was delayed because TaxStone was being tried for gun charges in a federal court. Prosecutors have some solid evidence against him including video surveillance showing him fleeing the scene of the shooting. TaxStone is staring down a life sentence in prison after being indicted on Thursday for the murder of Troy Ave‘s bodyguard. Attorney Hagan Scotten previously named Campbell is the shooter who killed McPhatter on that faithful night at the T.I. Assistant U.S. Interestingly, Troy Ave, real name Roland Collins, was initially arrested and charged with attempted murder in the incident, but the charge was later dropped as the investigation progress. concert at Irving Plaza. The new murder charge is at the state level and will require a separate trial. Ave was also shot and injured in the incident, but it was later revealed that he shoots himself in the leg during the melee. The New York hip-hop podcaster was arrested back in January of this year on gun charges, but cops later revealed that he was being investigated for the 2016 shooting at the Irving Plaza in New York which claimed that life of rapper Troy Ave’s bodyguard Ronald “Banga” McPhatter. Tax and Ave are believed to be beefing for quite some time now and the rapper was even shot and injured in December last year while heading to a family Christmas party in Brooklyn. TaxStone pleaded not guilty to the charge which means if he is found guilty he could be sentenced to life. The radio personality is currently held on a $500,000 bail while he awaits trial. At least one witness identified him as the shooter and his DNA was found on the murder weapon. DNAinfo reported that TaxStone, whose real name is Daryl Campbell, was slapped with a second degree murder charge for the May 25th, 2016 shooting.