Former rap promoter Jimmy Henchman found guilty of murdering 50Cent’s friend

Jimmy Henchman
A former hip-hop and rap promoter known as Jimmy Henchman has been found guilty in New York of ordering the killing of a friend of rapper 50 Cent.

A federal jury Tuesday convicted James Rosemond on murder-for-hire charges. Rosemond was accused of hiring a crew to kill an associate of the rap group G-Unit as payback for an assault on Rosemond’s son.
It was Rosemond’s third trial in the case. The first ended in a hung jury. Rosemond was convicted in the second, but a new trial was ordered. Rosemond already was serving two life sentences for separate drug and gun convictions,The Associated Press reports.

Rosemond’s lawyer claimed witnesses were only trying to reduce their own jail sentences.

G-Unit associate Lodi Mack was killed in 2009.

50 Cent reacted by mocking him this morning.


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