50 Cent Reaches Out To Troy Ave, Bullet Found In Gun Matches One That Killed Friend Banga

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(Photo : Getty Images/Theo Wargo) 50 Cent told Troy Ave to stay positive after the Irving Plaza shooting.

It's more bad news for Brooklyn, N.Y. rapper Troy Ave, who was seen opening fire at Irving Plaza during a T.I. show last week.

According to DNA.Info, a gun was found inside the same van that was used to drive Troy to the hospital after the shooting, and one of the bullets matched another that killed Banga, the rapper's childhood friend and reported bodyguard.

For those who don't know, the BSB boss was shot in the leg during the melee, but at this time it's unclear if he wounded himself or if someone else did.

Yesterday (May 31), Ave was wheeled into a Manhattan courtroom and pled not guilty of attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon. He was also denied $50,000 bail, so at this time he's still in police custody.

After the hearing, 50 Cent wrote some encouraging words for Troy and told him to remain positive.

"Self defense," he stated. "That's more like it now. Hold ya head, Troy. See how the story change?"

The G-Unit leader also posted his song with Troy ironically titled "Bang Bang," which is off the wounded rapper's "Major Without a Deal" album.

At this time, there's no word on when Mr. Ave will face the judge again.

 Self Defense thats more like it now. Hold ya head TROY. See how the story change

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