Jimmy Henchman is going to live the rest of his life behind bars. The infamous record exec who masterminded the shooting of Tupac at Quad studios was sentenced to another life in prison term (the first was in 2013) for the murder of a G-Unit associate.
Reports the New York Post:
A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday sentenced James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond — already serving a life sentence for running a drug empire — to a second life term in prison for his December conviction as mastermind of the 2009 Bronx murder of Bloods street gang member Lowell Fletcher.
Judge Colleen McMahon called Rosemond’s crimes “heinous” but lamented to the 50-year-old that “there’s nothing I can do to alter your fate.”
Rosemond — who declined to address McMahon before being sentenced — targeted Fletcher for his affiliation with the rap group G-Unit with which Rosemond had been feuding. Rosemond wanted someone to pay for his teen son being slapped by G-Unit co-founder Tony Yayo in 2007, authorities said.
Recently, Henchman’s longtime rival Haitian Jack resurfaced. He told Hip-Hop Wired it was Henchman who set up Tupac Shakur at Quad Studios.
At one time Henchman ran Czar Entertainment and managed the careers of the Game, Mike Tyson and more.