Sharpton Partnered With Jimmy Henchman For A Daytime TV Show
Before taking his pulpit to MSNBC in 2011, Al Sharpton traveled to Los Angeles to attempt to sell a daytime program that would have starred him in a Judge Judy-type role. His partner in the endeavor was James Rosemond, better known in the music industry as Jimmy Henchman. Rosemond paid for the airfare, hotel, and other expenses related to the proposal, which did not secure a Hollywood green light. Rosemond is currently serving life in prison due to his own drug trafficking woes.