Troy Ave showed up to court with a vest; prosecutors remove performance ban

Brooklyn Rapper Troy Ave made quite the court appearance Friday — dressed in a fur coat and wearing a bulletproof vest — as prosecutors agreed to allow him to perform again.

To match is outfit a“distressed” blazing red baseball cap that  read “Bake Water Whip Weight Again.”

The hat is  on his website for sale for $200.

Rapper Troy Ave leaves Brooklyn hospital after Christmas shooting
The 31-year-old rapper, whose real name is Roland Collins, was in Manhattan Criminal Court for a pre-trial appearance for his arrest on attempted murder charges for his involvement in a May shooting in the green room at Irving Plaza during a T.I. concert.

The gunfire killed his bodyguard Ronald McPhatter and left him with gun wounded to the leg.

Collins has been free on $500,000 bail. During Friday’s hearing, Manhattan prosecutors agreed to overturn a ban that prevented him from performing as part of his bail conditions. The move clears him to perform at a concert in North Carolina planned for Feb. 25.

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