50 Cent Continues Beef with Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond

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50 Cent: ”Old gangsta jimmy the Rat paper work, 👀This fool been telling since 1942 Don Julio no cappin LOL 😆”


James “Henchman” Rosemond (Jimmy Henchman) was behind Salt-n-Pepa’s “Shoop” and he was The Game’s manager during a feud with 50 Cent when The Game recorded the diss track “300 Bars and Runnin'”.  In 2006, Henchman and 50 Cent settled a lawsuit regarding a DVD that Czar Entertainment released about 50 Cent’s namesake, Kelvin “50 Cent” Martin, in which interviews with Jackson were alleged to have been inappropriately used. In the settlement, a charity was created with funds going to support Martin and his children.

Back in 2009, a close friend of both 50 Cent and Tony YayoLowell Fletcher aka Lodi Mack was fatally gunned down in the Bronx, only two weeks after being released from prison.

Once hip-hop promoter and manager, James “Henchman” Rosemond (Jimmy Henchman) was immediately enlisted as a suspect, due to an incident between his 14-year-old son, Yayo, and Mack. Apparently, after spotting Rosemond’s son rocking a shirt from his father’s company, Henchman Entertainment, Mack reportedly pulled out a gun on him, as Yayo backhanded the kid across his face. a federal jury has found Henchman guilty for the murder of the G-Unit associate on murder-for-hire charges. The former hip-hop manager was accused of hiring a group of individuals to kill the G-Unit member who assaulted his son.

Rosemond’s case was challenged by three trials. The first trial was concluded by a hung jury. In the second trial, Henchman was convicted, yet a new trial was put into play. Henchman is currently already serving two life sentences for drug and gun convictions separate from the G-Unit murder case.


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