(AllHipHop News) More details are starting to emerge in the Troy Ave case.
According to the New York Daily News, a Kel Tech .9-mm pistol was found inside a hidden compartment of a minivan owned by Troy.
Police believe the gun was used in the shooting that took place at Irving Plaza on May 25.
The violent incident at the T.I. headlining concert left Troy injured after being shot in the leg, two other people wounded, and the Brooklyn rapper's friend/bodyguard Ronald “Banga” McPhatter dead.
However, Pix 11 reports investigators now believe Troy did not shoot himself or McPhatter. A second shooter is being sought by law enforcement.
Apparently, an unnamed person approached Troy Ave and another individual at the show. They then began fighting before the man allegedly shot both Troy and McPhatter.
That suspected scenario does fit the explanation provided by Troy’s attorney Scott Leemon who has insisted his client was a victim in the situation.
Troy Ave has been the only person arrested in the case so far. He was arraigned on charges of attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon. The BSB Records leader is being held without bail.