The 34-year-old Brooklyn entertainer, whose genuine name is Roland Collins, was sitting in an auto on E. 91st St. also, Linden Blvd. in East Flatbush at around 4:20 p.m., when an assailant came up to him and opened fire, sources said.

He was brushed in the head and jolt, then took himself to Brookdale Hospital, around six pieces away, police sources said. His splendid red Maserati convertible stayed on the wrongdoing scene, its entryways partially open and blood covering the driver’s seat, hours after the shooting.

Collins and his better half were halted at a light when the shooter, who wore a hoodie, pulled down to darken his face, began shooting through the driver’s side window, said his legal advisor, John Stella.

“He looked to one side. He saw that the person had a weapon and was going to discharge, and he began heading out,” Stella said. “He kept driving and he achieved the point where he was draining pretty abundantly, and evidently a Good Samaritan drove him and his young lady a few hinders whatever remains of the best approach to Brookdale.”

A projectile struck him in the shoulder, and remained stopped in his back, Stella said. “He’s in torment, however he’s thankful. He said to me that he feels honored this wasn’t deadly at last,” Stella said. Collins is out on $500,000 safeguard taking after a May shooting at a T.I. show that left his bodyguard, Ronald McPhatter, dead. Collins, who was shot in the leg, battles that he wrestled the weapon far from the man who murdered McPhatter and discharged back in self-preservation.

“This evening, Troy Ave was focused on once more… on Christmas,” his legal advisor, Scott Leemon, said in a composed explanation Sunday night. “In Brooklyn, going to meet his family for the occasion, he was shot two circumstances. Gratefully, he will survive the second endeavor on his life.”