Taxstone’s DNA found on gun used in Irving Plaza shooting 



Men lie, women lie, but deoxyribonucleic acid does not. 

And unfortunately for popular Hip-Hop podcast slayer, Taxstone, his is said to be all over the murder weapon used in the fatal Irving Plaza shooting that popped off during T.I.’s concert last May. 

On Monday, the 31-year-old well-respected digital personality was arrested at his aunt’s home in East New York and taken into custody on a federal weapons possession charge in connection to the  shooting that ultimately claimed the life of rapper Troy Ave’s bodyguard, Ronald McPhatter.
According to a federal complaint, obtained by the New York Times, Taxstone’s DNA has been discovered on the 9-millimeter Kel-Tec semi-automatic handgun’s trigger, hand grip, and magazine.


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Surveillance cameras inside the New York City concert venues VIP green room reportedly captured the podcast god with Troy Ave and his bodyguard prior to the gunfire ringing out… and then fleeing after the shots were sprayed. 

DNA from the “Doo Doo”– who caught a bullet in the leg during the shooting and was allegedly seen firing the weapon at Taxstone as he fled the scene–was also said to have been found on the Kel-Tec as well. 
The New York Police Department reportedly believes the public threats Taxstone’s made against Troy Ave prior to the Irving Plaza incident could also indicate his suspected involvement in the shooting. 


Tax–who previously served time in state prison for attempted weapons possession and attempted robbery– is scheduled for arraignment some time today. 


By : Asia Grace     

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