Popular podcaster Taxstone's trial date has been set for November, which means that if he is acquitted, he could be hitting the streets in time for Christmas.

According to AllHipHop, Taxstone's murder trial is scheduled to begin in New York on Nov. 12.

The news comes more than a week after rapper Troy Ave pointed the finger at Taxstone in an interview with the outlet.

"S##t, everybody knows what happened. It ain't even nothing to argue. It's right there, the proof is in the pudding. The proof is in black and white paperwork, in the FBI paperwork. I don't even have to argue anything, it's there. They see that it's not my gun, I never brought no gun in the club. DNA evidence proves that, so where'd I get it from?" he said.

Back in June 2017, Taxstone pleaded guilty to weapons charges stemming from a fatal shooting at a T.I. concert at Irving Plaza according to a spokesman for the Manhattan federal prosecutor's office.

Troy is expected to take the stand during the trial.