Troy Ave has responded to a judge sentencing Taxstone to 35 years in prison for fatally shooting Ronald “Banga” McPhatter.
“Need y’all help real quick, So Im sending A 35 dollar cash app to whoever leaves the best Album Title in the comments below,” he captioned a post of Troy Ave’s face superimposed over an image of Kevin Durant during his time with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Banga was shot dead at a Manhattan concert venue Irving Plaza just before rapper T.I. was scheduled to perform. Taxstone was convicted Thursday on manslaughter, assault and weapon possession charges.
After the sentence, Taxstone claimed “half the stuff that was told on the stand by Troy Ave — who was offered a shorter sentence for testimony — is a complete lie to protect himself from going to jail,” journalist Shawn Setaro reported.
Tags ·Troy Ave