Rap Personality Taxstone Charged in Fatal Shooting at T.I. Show

Rap personality Taxstone (center) was hit with two weapons charges stemming from a May 2016 shooting at a T.I. concert that left one dead.

Rap personality Daryl Campbell, also known as Taxstone, was hit with two weapons charges related to a fatal shooting at a T.I. concert in New York City last May, Reuters reports.

In court filings, prosecutors said that they had found Campbell’s DNA on the only weapon used in the shooting. The incident left one dead, Ronald McPhatter, a bodyguard for rapper Troy Ave, while the MC was also shot in the leg and two concertgoers were wounded.

According to The New York Times, Campbell, who hosts the podcast Tax Season, had been feuding with Troy Ave before the shooting at Irving Plaza. The two sniped at each other on Twitter, while Campbell called Troy Ave “a fraud rapper” in a 2015 interview and the MC dissed the host on his song,