Ex-Rap Promoter Jimmy Henchman Convicted Of Conspiring To Kill 50 Cent’s Friend

A former hip-hop and rap promoter known as Jimmy Henchman has been found guilty in New York of ordering the killing of a friend of rapper 50 Cent.

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A federal jury Tuesday convicted James Rosemond on murder-for-hire charges. Rosemond was accused of hiring a crew to kill an associate of the rap group G-Unit as payback for an assault on Rosemond’s son.

It was Rosemond’s third trial in the case. The first ended in a hung jury. Rosemond was convicted in the second, but a new trial was ordered. Rosemond already was serving two life sentences for separate drug and gun convictions.

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Rosemond’s lawyer claimed witnesses were only trying to reduce their own jail sentences. Lawyer David Touger tells the New York Post he’ll appeal.

G-Unit associate Lodi Mack was killed in 2009.

This story was originally published on Billboard