After being wounded in a shooting in the green room at NYC's Irving Plaza during a T.I. show in May, Collins was indicted for attempted murder but pled not guilty.
On Christmas night, Troy Ave was shot AGAIN. Dude can't catch a break, other than the fact that he's not dead.
After the altercation in the green room of Irving Plaza, you'd think the rapper would be more careful. Details of what sparked the feud are hazy, but is there a connection between that occurrence and the one that happened on Christmas?
CNN reports that the gunman from the Christmas shooting "remains unidentified and at large," similar to the gunman from the shooting at Irving Plaza. Troy Ave, whose rap moniker is an homage to a street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, was in stable condition after sustaining a shoulder wound and a graze wound to the head, and released from the hospital yesterday.
An attorney who represents the rapper said that "Troy Ave was targeted again... Thankfully, he will survive the second attempt on his life."
Troy Ave: okay at rapping, pretty good at getting shot.
50 Cent, the "most shot" rapper of 2000, paid Troy Ave a visit in the hospital. 50 Cent, alias Curtis Jackson, was famously shot nine times in April of 2000, but survived.