Jimmy Henchmen Sentenced to Life in Prison

Saturday, October 26th, 2013

Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond, former manager of The Game, CZAR Entertainment CEO and OG New York hustler, was sentenced to life in prison plus five years on Friday after being found guilty of running a nationwide drug ring earlier this year. Henchmen, who has long been a suspect in the murder of Tupac Shakur, will return to court for a separate trial next month over the 2009 murder of a G-Unit associate.

via NYDN

Previously: Jimmy Henchman Found Guilty, Faces Life

Video: Game Speaks On Jimmy Henchmen Arrest

Saturday, June 25th, 2011

Hot 97 was broadcasting live from the Shrine auditorium in L.A. yesterday for the 2011 BET Awards and asked Game about the Jimmy situation.

Angie’s website has the full audio with Game.

Previously: Game ft. Chris Brown – Pot of Gold

The Feds Catch Up w/ Jimmy Henchman

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Karma The Feds finally caught up with Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond earlier today in, Cuba Switzerland Venezuela the middle of freaking Manhattan of all places, only a few blocks from his Czar Entertainment offices. Rosemond will now face federal drug trafficking charges and whatever else the prosecutors may have up their sleeves.

NBC NY reports:

Rosemond, owner of Czar Entertainment, was taken into custody by Drug Enforcement Administration agents who got a tip that he was at the W Hotel in Union Square, law enforcement sources tell NBC New York. He was arraigned in federal court in Brooklyn, and did not enter a plea.

Sources tell NBC New York that Rosemond, who is known as “Jimmy Henchman” and has managed Brandy, Sean Kingston and The Game, fled and was chased by marshals up Park Avenue. He was carrying a fake I.D. and a passport application in a fake name, sources said.

Authorities believed Rosemond, who lived in Brooklyn until he went on the run in recent months, was planning to leave Thursday for the Bahamas.

Link: Feds Arrest Fugitive Hip-Hop Mogul, Accuse Him of Running Cocaine Ring

Jimmy Henchman Cronies Charged w/ Murder of Tony Yayo Associate

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Man, so Jimmy Henchmen was just disappearing dudes left and right huh? I’m about to go back and delete anything out of pocket I may have said about him in any past posts. Last month federal prosecutors charged Rodney Johnson, 37 and Brian McCleod, 40 with the 2009 murder of Tony Yayo associate Lowell Fletcher. According to the feds, Johnson and McCleod arranged and carried out the murder of Fletcher as retaliation for the widely publicized assault on Henchmen’s teenage son back in 2007. You may recall that Fletcher basically took the fall for Yayo, who was believed to be the person who actually smacked the kid around.

In other news, something about our man Dexter Isaac’s now infamous jailhouse confession doesn’t smell right. The Smoking Gun received the same statement from Isaac as AllHipHop, but passed on publishing it for whatever reason. Their analysis of the confession raises a few questions about the validity of the claim, as does this post by Miss Info. In any event, the Feds are investigating Isaac’s claim and are out diligently trying to locate Henchmen, who is still on the lamb, so no doubt we’ll be hearing more about these stories real soon.

Source: TSG

Related: Tupac ‘Shooter’ Claims Are A ‘Flat-Out Lie’ Says Henchman’s Lawyer