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(AllHipHop News) Earlier this year, James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond’s murder trial ended with a hung jury, but this week another jury was able to return a verdict in the same case. According to Don Diva, Rosemond was found guilty on all charges for the murder of Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher.
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“Enough said. Nothing to talk about,” stated Rosemond after the jury’s decision was announced.
The former artist manager and convicted drug dealer was on trial for setting up the killing of Fletcher. Authorities believed that Rosemond had Fletcher murdered as part of an ongoing street feud with Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson’s G-Unit crew.
The hit was allegedly ordered as retaliation against G-Unit member Tony Yayo slapping Rosemond’s son. 50 addressed the Yayo incident on the song “Hold On“. That led to James Rosemond Jr. responding in a statement issued to AllHipHop.com.
“The incident in 2007 was a bad situation I didn’t deserve, and seven years later it’s now being made fun of in a record?” wrote Rosemond Jr. “What real gangster condones grown men assaulting a minor or a young man who has no involvement in the beef? Plus, these guys have kids of their own, and they should know better!”
The elder Rosemond is already serving a life sentence for drug trafficking and weapons possession convictions from 2013.