Jimmy Henchman Charged With Ordering The 2009 Murder Of G-Unit Affiliate
The notorious manager is now implicated in the murder of Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher, who was involved in a famous Manhattan scuffle.
Hip Hop executive Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond has added additional charges to his growing criminal rap sheet. According to AllHipHop.com, the presently-incarcerated CEO of Czar Entertainment and onetime manager for Game and Gucci Mane has been charged with ordering the 2009 murder of Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher.
The AllHipHop.com report notes that Fletcher was famously sentenced for the 2007 assault of Henchman's teen-aged son, along with unrelated drug charges. The assault incident occurred outside G-Unit Records' Manhattan offices and included G-Unit artist Tony Yayo, an associate of Fletcher's.
Two years later, after his release from prison Fletcher was murdered in Bronx, New York. Two men were convicted of Fletcher's fatal shooting last year, Brian McLeod and Rodney Johnson, both of whom are incarcerated in Florida. New information has led to charges against Rosemond for ordering the hit, reportedly in exchange for cocaine. He is presently incarcerated in Brooklyn, New York for a drug trafficking charges, awaiting sentencing.
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