It has been announced that James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, former personal manager of West Coast’s Game, has officially been charged with the murder of 50 Cent and G-Unit associate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher and as a result could be facing the death penalty.
In May 2011 the Czar Entertainment founder, who is also believed by some to have had involvement in the 1994 shooting of Hip Hop legend Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios in New York, turned himself in for his alleged involvement in a $10 million a year cocaine drug ring.
He is now accused of ordering the killing of the G-Unit associate, for physically attacking Jimmy’s son.
The incident occurred in 2007 at the hight of the Game vs. 50 Cent/G-Unit beef, when Henchman’s young son was seen walking to Czar Entertainment offices situated on the same street as Violator Management; the company that manages 50 Cent.
According to reports Tony Yayo and his associates including Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher surrounded, harassed and “slapped” the boy in broad daylight.
Eventually Lodi Mack was charged for the assault and later jailed for two years as a result. Two weeks after his release September of 2009, Lodi Mack was shot and killed The Bronx.
In an extension of the cocaine drug sting Rodney Johnson and Brian McCleod were officially charged with the murder of Lodi Mack after they claimed they did the hit in exchange for a shipment of cocaine.
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