The legal troubles continue to pile up for James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, the former Game and Gucci Mane manager who is currently incarcerated and awaiting sentencing on drug trafficking charges. Rosemond has been charged with ordering the murder of G-Unit affiliate Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher, according to AllHipHop.
There's a bit of a lengthy back-story here, so let's break it down for you. You see, the two are connected because Rosemond's teenage son was assaulted in 2007 by Fletcher, who was sentenced for the crime along with drug charge that were unrelated. Tony Yayo was also involved and pleaded guilty to a lesser, misdemeanor charge.
But when Fletcher got out two years later, he was murdered in the Bronx within two weeks of his release. Two men -- Brian McLeod and Rodney Johnson -- were convicted of the murder and are serving their sentences in a Florida prison.
And now, there has been a new development that links Rosemond to the shooting. He is being accused of ordering the hit for a shipment of cocaine after the two men came forward to say that's how it all went down. It's not clear whether prosecutors will push for the death penalty in this case.