Troy Ave is being charged with attempted murder after reportedly opening fire backstage at T.I.’s concert last night (May 25) at New York’s Irving Plaza.

One man, Troy Ave’s supposed body guard, Banga, born Ronald McPhatter, was killed. Three others were injured, including the BSB rapper who reportedly shot himself in the leg.

Early reports said that Troy Ave was in a confrontation with Maino, who performed with Uncle Murda as T.I.’s opening act.

Maino is now denying any involvement in the incident and says he wants nothing but unity in the Brooklyn, New York Hip Hop scene.

“First and foremost my deepest condolences to the family & friends of Ronald Mcphatter who was tragically killed last night,” he says on Instagram in the caption for a picture of himself with Troy Ave. “Despite having to cope with more senseless violence. I woke up to the usual FALSE and ridiculous lies being circulated by irresponsible members of the media. What transpired was absolutely NOT the result of MYSELF or ANYBODY IN MY CAMP , ENTOURAGE, TRAVELING PARTY or ORGANIZATION IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM. We entered the venue respectfully as always and exited in shocked like all other concertgoers. For the last 5 years Troy Ave, his team and I have had a great working relationship. Not only have we performed and done several songs together but we’ve had many personal conversations about life our goals and efforts as musicians. Despite media reports to the contrary, there are No “ongoing beefs” or “entourage issues.” It always has been and always will be good relations between myself AND MY TEAM and@TroyAve @Hovain @YoungLitoBsB and the BSB crew. Our deepest sympathies again to family of Ronald McPhatter and a speedy recovery to Troy Ave. The movement will not be stopped. #BROOKLYNUNITED#HEARDYOU”

He also makes a video post with a similar message. He posts a clip of Bleezy’s “Kyrie Irving” remix, which features Uncle Murda, Maino and Troy Ave.

“Won’t let them undo what we’re building!” Maino writes for the caption. “No ‘ongoing beefs’ or ‘entourage issues,'” he says. “It always has been and always will be good relations between myself AND MY TEAM and @TroyAve @Hovain @YoungLitoBsB and the BSB crew. Our deepest sympathies again to family of Ronald McPhatter and a speedy recovery to Troy Ave. The movement will not be stopped.#BROOKLYNUNITED #HEARDYOU #TBT @bleezyd.o.d @Kifrmdod @TroyAve@UncleMurda @YoungLitoBsB.”

View Maino’s Instagram posts denying an altercation with Troy Ave in the shooting at T.I.’s Irving Plaza concert below:

First and foremost my deepest condolences to the family & friends of Ronald Mcphatter who was tragically killed last night. Despite having to cope with more senseless violence. I woke up to the usual FALSE and ridiculous lies being circulated by irresponsible members of the media. What transpired was absolutely NOT the result of MYSELF or ANYBODY IN MY CAMP , ENTOURAGE, TRAVELING PARTY or ORGANIZATION IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM. We entered the venue respectfully as always and exited in shocked like all other concertgoers. For the last 5 years Troy Ave, his team and I have had a great working relationship. Not only have we performed and done several songs together but we've had many personal conversations about life our goals and efforts as musicians. Despite media reports to the contrary, there are No "ongoing beefs" or "entourage issues." It always has been and always will be good relations between myself AND MY TEAM and @TroyAve @Hovain @YoungLitoBsB and the BSB crew. Our deepest sympathies again to family of Ronald McPhatter and a speedy recovery to Troy Ave. The movement will not be stopped. #BROOKLYNUNITED #HEARDYOU

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