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 Yayo, Lowell 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.
50 Cent: ”King Tut Wrote Me And Said Jimmy Henchman Paid Someone To Rob 2pac in 1994.”