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James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond was hit with a pair of life sentences for the homicide of G-Unit rapper Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher.
AllHipHop.com stories that Henchman was sentenced on Thursday (Nov. eight) after being discovered responsible, after a retrial, in November 2017.
Lodi Mack was murdered again in 2009. The killing is regarded as in retaliation for an incident that occurred in 2007, when the now deceased and Tony Yaya allegedly put palms on Henchman’s then-teenaged son. At the time, G-Unit and The Game have been beefing, with the latter being managed by Henchman.
The former music exec nonetheless maintains his innocence.
“After three trials for this homicide not one of many governments embellishing witnesses mentioned that I instructed them to homicide Lowell Fletcher; in truth, Brian McCleod, Khalil Abdullah and Jason Williams respectively acknowledged they by no means had a dialog concerning the homicide,” reads a part of an open letter Henchman shared with AllHipHop.
Henchman is already serving a life sentence for drug trafficking.