One of Rap’s most notorious executives is trying to work his political connections to regain his freedom. Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond’s team alleges Donald Trump promised him a pardon last year.
Henchman, real name James Rosemond, allegedly ordered a hit on Mack, who was an affiliate of 50 Cent's G-Unit collective.
The Queens rapper and mogul took what many agreed was an insensitive swipe at the expense of recently deceased actor Michael K. Williams and Twitter isn't feeling the G-Unit honcho at the moment.
What's really dope about the live-action remake is that the show's original voice actors will be returning to make the Japanese dubs of the new show.
Hate It Or Love It: 50 Cent Inks Deal With Starz To Develop Female Sports Agent, Hip-Hop Anthology Drama Series
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson's relationship with Starz network is going swimmingly well. In addition to their exclusive 4-year deal, the two have agreed to develop two original drama series under G-Unit Film and Television. One tells the incredible story of a young, ambitious attorney breaking through the world of a sports agent. The other explores the behind-the-scenes stories from some of hip-hop's most iconic moments in history.
This week’s third episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier begins with a few words from the Global Repatriation Council reminding us that the world is a different place, but they are here to help. So, let us not forget to reset, restore, and rebuild.
James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond was hit with a pair of life sentences for the murder of G-Unit rapper Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher.
We swear the day that 50 Cent stops randomly beefing with other celebrities will be the day that 50 Cent is laid down in a casket.
The story behind 2Pac’s infamous night at New York City’s Quad Studios has gotten even more interesting. Makaveli’s friend is now accused of setting him up.
Once again the decade-old allegations of 50 Cent being Hip-Hop’s Big Head Rico (Belly reference) have been shot down. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that the document circulating the internet which names 50 Cent as the dime dropper behind Jimmy Henchman’s arrest is indeed a fake.
Brooklyn rapper Casanova is getting sued for assault. A woman claims the rapper and his entourage put hands on her in a New York City diner last year.
The courts are still not buying Jimmy Henchman Rosemond’s street thug turned record executive story. He was found guilty again of arranging the murder a G-Unit associate.