Earlier this week, Music mogul Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond has been pointed as the man who paid inmate Dexter Isaac $2,500 dollars to rob Tupac Shakur on the night when the rapper was shot at Quad Studios in 1994.
According to the Smoking Gun, two men allegedly associated with Rosemond have been charged with murdering one of 50 Cent’s and Tony Yayo’s associates.
In March 2007, Rosemond’s then 14-year-old son was allegedly slapped by a member of Tony Yayo’s entourage, after the teen was spotted wearing a Czar Entertainment T-shirt. At that time, G-Unit and Compton rapper Game, (who is managed by Czar Entertainment) were in a heated feud.
Tony Yayo’s codefendant Lowell Fletcher told authorities that he was the one who assaulted Rosemond’s son.
Later Yayo plead guilty to noncriminal harassment and as part of a plea deal and all the criminal charges against him. The Queens rapper was ordered to fulfill 10 days of community service.
Meanwhile, Fletcher plead guilty to endangering the welfare of a child and was sentenced to nine months in prison, he was to serve a two year for a pervious drug charge.
In September 2009, Fletcher was killed in the Bronx after being paroled. Federal prosecutors accused Rodney Johnson and Brian McCleod for plotting the murder. Johnson and McCleod were former associates of Jimmy Rosemond.
Even though Rosemond has proclaimed his innocence, he is currently on the run from authorities.
Is the truth finally catching up to Jimmy Rosemond?
(Spotted at TheBoomBox.com)