Taxstone was sentenced to 35 years in prison on Tuesday for manslaughter in the 2016 death of Ronald McPhatter.
In March, a Manhattan jury found the rapper and Hip Hop podcaster guilty of killing McPhatter and seriously injuring three others, in a shooting during a T.I. concert at Irving Plaza.
The shooting stemmed from a longtime feud between Taxtone, whose real name is Darryl Campbell, and Roland Collins, known as rapper Troy Ave, who was also performing at the venue.
Troy, who was shot in both legs during the altercation, testified against Taxstone during his trial.
Ronald McPhatter was Troy’s bodyguard.
Troy Ave is also facing charges and jail time stemming from the 2016 shooting,
He recently appeared on Nick Cannon‘s morning show and detailed his ongoing beef with Taxstone and the shooting.
During his sentencing, Taxstone continued to place the blame on Troy Ave.
VLOG 1: Just now 35 year sentence for Daryl Campbell aka Taxstone, he blamed it all on Troy Ave after 3 McFadder family members spoke. Longer VLOG 2 and story coming pic.twitter.com/DFRdMFm0m4— Inner City Press (@innercitypress) June 20, 2023
VLOG 2: Daryl Campbell a/k/a Taxstone just got 35 year sentence; he blamed it all on Troy Ave after three McFadder family members spoke. Judge Clott said consecutive sentences were appropriate. Story coming pic.twitter.com/iPUdnbEj3K— Inner City Press (@innercitypress) June 20, 2023