The saga involving James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond has had more twists and turns than the remaining soap operas on the air. Unfortunately for Jimmy Henchman and those who support him, this nightmare is real life, non-scripted. Jimmy Henchman had reportedly been operating a highly-successful criminal enterprise from 2007 until 2011.
Once news of the warrant for Jimmy Henchman’s arrest was revealed, many former friends and employees began to turn on the entertainment mogul. The biggest twist in this story, perhaps, was the confession from Dexter Isaac. Isaac revealed he was the one who shot Tupac Shakur in 1994 at New York City’s Quad Studios under orders from Jimmy Henchman.
Despite his confession, Jimmy Henchman is only standing trial for his cocaine ring. On the tenth day of Jimmy Henchman’s drug trial, DEA agent, Steven Miller, testified about the evidence found in the penthouse apartment owned by Henchman. Miller also stated Jimmy Henchman had up to eight suppliers of cocaine.
Once again, Game’s name was brought up in the case, previously it was revealed Jimmy Henchman mailed guns to Game as a test to see if his drugs made it to Los Angeles. Game reportedly introduced Jimmy Henchman to Blood gang member, Two T’s, who supplied drugs to Jimmy Henchman’s organization during the 2008-2009 period. The two conducted business through shipments, using the name of popular singer, Akon.
Two T’s was also reported, by Miller, to have supplied firearms to Aftermath Entertainment artist, Slim the Mobster. The rising rapper had a business relationship with Jimmy Henchman, selling him weapons. But, when Slim the Mobster stole cocaine from the older brother of Jimmy Henchman, Mario, which equaled $250,000, the affiliation ended. Steven Miller also testified that Jimmy Henchman had information on the 1996 murder of a man named Kenji Harris.