Troy Ave finally sends condolences to mother of Irving Plaza shooting victim

COLD CONDOLENCES

Troy Ave carved some time out of his Resurrection Sunday to publicly express his sincerest condolences to the mother of his slain friend/bodyguard, Ronald “Edgar” McPhatter.
Nearly a year after the Brooklyn bred emcee’s 33-year-old homeboy was fatally shot during T.I.’s concert at NYC’s Irving Plaza on May 25, Troy finally hopped on Instagram in effort to make amends with Ronald’s mother and explain why he was  delayed in making contact with the family…
“Ms McPhatter, When everything 1st happened I was hospitalized & incarcerated, with very limited contact 2 anyone let alone u,” the NuPac rapper wrote–after announcing that his new album was poised to drop the next day–beneath a photo of him and the deceased posted on Sunday.
“I was in a position where I was unable to properly mourn for the loss of my friend and still had to fight 4 my freedom at the same time,” Troy said before requesting permission to pay for Ronald’s headstone.

 

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Pardon the delay on #NuPac Yall it's droppin 2mor! aint wanna drop it on a day considered to be Jesus's resurrection, feel like Any day that's considered Holy need to be only that. I can't say Ma like all my friends call my moms, I would love to but we never met in person & know u may feel a great deal of animosity towards me for that and u are 100% entitled to your feelings. Im a very prideful person but Im puttin all of that 2 tha side because the Love I have 4my boi Bang is stronger than any pride. And the Love that I know he has 4 you is more important than that as well. I don't wanna be all dragged out, I can't even really find the words 2 say cause I never been thru this type of thing before; I just want 2 respectfully say Ms McPhatter, When everything 1st happened I was hospitalized & incarcerated, with very limited contact 2 anyone let alone u. I was in a position where I was unable to properly mourn for the loss of my friend and still had to fight 4 my freedom at the same time. In that time I only heard & felt negativity coming from all angles. Tbh, I didnt know how 2 approach u with my condolences. Im still hurtin now from the loss of Bang, but I jus want u 2 know that me & your son traveled the world & really really enjoyed life to the fullest! His friendship is a blessing, he may not have had quantity time on earth unfortunately but he definitely had a whole lot of quality time. Bang is my brother 4 life & I jus want to do what's right by him and his name. I understand that you being immediate family have all say so. I respect that, all I want to do is at least be able to contribute a head stone to my boys burial something he would like. I reached out to Trife twice & it didn't go weIl, not sure if u were aware, so I figured by writing a open letter to you knowing you're a deeply spiritual woman, that the Love you have for Edgar is stronger than any feelings that you have towards me & I hope the Love will override it and let u allow me 2 do that. I kno that if the roles were reversed Bang would do anything to help bring comfort or some type of closure 2 my mom & I wanna do the same thing for his. Trife has my# and U have my moms # let's do this 4 him

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In the immediate days following Ronald’s death, his mother, Rose McPhatter, voiced her disappointment in Troy Ave–who was injured and subsequently arrested on attempted murder charges for his alleged involvement in the Irving Plaza shooting– for not reaching or to her or her family in light of their loss..
“[Ronald] actually cared a lot about Troy Ave. My wish is that Troy Ave cared as much about my son as he cared about him. I say that because I watched how my son would always bend over backwards to help him,” Ms. McPhatter said during an interview with the NewYorkDailyNews.

“If he (Troy Ave) cared about my son as much as he alleged he does, I would’ve received a call from him. He didn’t call me. He didn’t call any of my other sons.”
Other members of the late bodyguard’s family have also openly shamed Troy Ave for his lack of contact after Ronald’s passing.
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