Taxstone, the hip-hop podcast host who shot and eliminated a guy and hurt others at T.I.’s 2016 performance in New York City’s Irving Plaza back, was founded guilty of murder at a jury trial today. A New York State Supreme Court jury discovered Taxstone, whose genuine name is Daryl Campbell, guilty of murder in the very first degree, 2 counts of attack in the very first degree, one count of attack in the 2nd degree, and 2 counts of criminal ownership of a weapon in the 2nd degree. The event originated from a fight in between Taxstone and rap artist Troy Ave. Troy Ave was injured in the event, and his bodyguard Ronald McPhatter was eliminated after being shot in the chest. 2 others were shot in the occurrence. Troy Ave took legal action against the location and Live Nation over absence of security, while fans in presence took legal action against the place and declared they were stomped in the middle of the turmoil after shots were fired. “Daryl Campbell was founded guilty of eliminating a male and shooting 3 others throughout an awful and fatal conflict in a jam-packed New York City music location,” stated District Attorney Alvin Bragg stated in a declaration. “In addition to seriously hurting his competitor and eliminating his competitor’s bodyguard, Mr. Campbell shot innocent onlookers and put numerous other lives at danger. We will intensely prosecute anybody who dedicates this kind of lethal violence.” Sentencing is set to occur on April 19.