Rapper Troy Ave indicted in shooting spree at T.I. concert

The Self-Defense albi did not stick with the grand jury in the case against rapper, Troy Ave.

The rapper has been indicted in connection to a fatal shooting spree, that took place at a T.I concert in Irving Plaza last month.

 The Brooklyn born rapper whos real name is “Roland Collins” is in for a long court battle.

A lot of times these attorneys are merely trying to make a name for themselves and what better way than prosecuting a rapper/celebrity.

Collins was arrested on attempted murder and weapons possession charges. He was arraigned and ordered held without bail on Memorial Day.

Collins, who was shot in the leg in the ordeal, was pushed into court in a wheelchair for the arraignment.

His bodyguard, Ronald (Edgar) McPhatter was killed in the gunfire spree.