Taxstone is in prison after pleading guilty to federal gun charges. He's also awaiting trial on a second-degree murder charge he caught for the fatal shooting of Troy Ave's bodyguard Ronald McPhatter during a gunfight at New York City's Irving Plaza.
He did an interview from jail with So Shameless this week. During the chat, Tax was asked if the past interviews he did with VladTV are being used against him in court and, if so, does that make Vlad a snitch.
"Vlad is a civilian so I don't understand how people can come to the conclusion that Vlad is a snitch," Tax said, adding that since Vlad doesn't live by the street code, the rules of snitching don't apply to him.
He was then asked if he thinks Vlad is working with the police beyond the publicly available content of the VladTV interviews.
"Do not listen to everything the Internet says," Tax warned, arguing that the web is full of untrained reports who forward inaccurate information. "Vlad has nothing to do with anything."
You can hear Tax talk Vlad below:
Here's one of the interviews he did with Vlad before he was locked up and which could now be evidence: