Troy Ave Indicted By Grand Jury For T.I. Concert Shooting

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(Radio.com) A grand jury has voted to charge rapper Troy Ave, born Roland Collins, for a shooting at a T.I. concert at New York club Irving Plaza that left one dead and three injured.

An indictment containing the charges will be filed within two weeks, according to the prosecutor Christine Keenan, reported New York Times. Last month, Collins was captured on surveillance cameras firing a gun in a shooting that left his own bodyguard dead.

Troy Ave still maintains his innocence and just released a mixtape addressing the situation, claiming that he took a gun from a man who tried to 'assassinate" him and turned 'the tables 'round like a G." Read more here.

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