The evidence was apparently discovered on the 9-millimeter Kel-Tec semi-automatic handgun’s trigger, hand grip, and magazine.
Taxstone was reportedly seen on video in the green room with Troy Ave and McPhatter prior to the gunfire breaking out.
DNA from Troy Ave was also detected on the firearm.
The “Bang Bang” rhymer is on video firing shots inside the venue, but Troy insists he was acting in self-defense.
Taxstone had been involved in a feud with Troy Ave, and the New York Police Department believes Taxstone publicly threatened Troy before the shooting.
The popular Tax Season podcast host and social media personality was arrested on federal weapons possession charges.
He previously served time in state prison for attempted weapons possession and attempted robbery.