Rapper Troy Ave is in stable condition after getting shot twice while driving in Brooklyn on Christmas night.

The New York Post encountered Troy Ave at the hospital, w he told newspaper, “Shot in the head, man.”

Hours after the shooting, 50 Cent visited the rapper in the hospital, took a picture with the bandaged Troy Ave and informed fans, “Dope boy Troy all good, Merry Christmas.”

In August, Troy Ave, who was also shot in the Irving Plaza incident, filed a lawsuit against Irving Plaza and its owner Live Nation for “Negligence” and “Lack of security” that resulted in the shooting.

“Troy did not bring the gun into the venue and if the security had done their job, none of the injuries, including Troy getting shot, would have occurred. The venue had a duty to protect Troy, as an invited performer, and they failed him miserably,” the rapper’s lawyer said.

Following Sunday’s shooting, Troy Ave’s lawyer Scott Leemon said in a statement, “Tonight, Troy Ave was targeted againon Christmas. In Brooklyn, going to meet his family for the holiday, he was shot two times. Thankfully, he will survive the second attempt on his life. As we have said from the beginning – he is a victim. We pray for his speedy recovery.”