Rapper Troy Ave (Pictured Above) arrived to court in a wheel chair to face multiple charges ranging from attempted murder,weapons charges,recklesss engangerment among many other charges in which the rapper pleaded not guilty to for his involvement in the Irving Plaza Shooting according to NY DAILY.
After ballistics tests, Collins' charges could be upgraded to murder in the death of 30-year-old Ronald (Edgar) McPhatter. Collins pleaded not guilty, and was remanded without bail. The shooting happened at a T.I. concert, before the Atlanta-based rapper was set to take the stage.
Prosecutors said Collins fired five times in a crowded venue with no concern about the consequences. In addition to McPhatter dying, two other people were wounded.
"This defendant is on video coming out of the VIP room where the individuals were shot," said Assistant District Attorney Christine Keenan. "He had the gun in his hand and was seen firing that gun in the direction of fleeing patrons."
Keenan said cops searched the van Collins took to the hospital and found three guns. Ballistics tests confirmed one of the guns was used at Irving Plaza, she said.