Finally, the conclusion to James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond’s story comes. For years, the world knew Jimmy Henchman as a stern business leader in the hip hop community. It came as a surprise when there were stories of him operating a criminal enterprise. The cocaine ring was hidden by Henchman’s Czar Entertainment.
Among the urban entertainment managed by Czar Entertainment was Game, who had been used in the cocaine ring. Last summer, Jimmy Henchman was arrested due to the evidence against him. During this period of time, a man named Dexter Isaac came forward to reveal he had been paid $2,500 by Henchman to shoot Tupac Shakur in 1994 at Quad Studios.
Much evidence was presented against Jimmy Henchman over the past few weeks. Today, the jury reached their verdict, deciding the entertainment mogul was guilty of all the charges. Supporters and the family of Jimmy Henchman obviously expressed disappointment in the ruling. Gerald Shargel told AllHipHop.com he was disappointed in the ruling because there were a lot of flaws in the government’s evidence.
Jimmy Henchman is now facing life in prison.