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But the feds said they have a witness who will testify that they saw the internet raconteur and self-proclaimed gang member fatally shoot McPhatter, who was rapper Troy Ave’s best friend and bodyguard. And what’s more, they said Taxstone said on his popular podcast “Tax Season” that if he saw Troy Ave., he would shoot him.

“Indeed, the Government proffers that it expects witness testimony—which …will further establish that the defendant fired the shot that killed Ronald McPhatter, an associate of Collins killed during the Shooting,” Bharara wrote in in a letter to the judge that was obtained by BOSSIP.

The governments said it was Taxstone’s gun that was used to kill McPhatter, and as a two-time felon, it was illegal for him to have the gun in the first place.

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