For those that follow 50 cent, they know much he despises James “Jimmy Henchmen” Rosemond. You can easily scroll through his media outlets and find something that has been said about Henchmen. Now, Rosemond is attempting to have 50 cent testify to a judge. Rosemond was able to have the judge overturn his murder conviction. Now, Rosemond is finding a way to call 50 cent as a witness for another trial.

Rosemond recently spoke with HipHopDX and he had this to say, “Here’s the thing. If I am retried on the murder-for-hire, and this is something that me and my attorneys have discussed already, I am 100% calling on 50 cent as a witness. The reason I’m doing that is because there is some underlying stuff that happened throughout this whole thing that made them charge me; that made them feel like they could’ve gotten a conviction on me. His name came up in my trial more than it needed it to. We will be calling 50 cent to the stand. If the prosecutors won’t call him, then we will call him, because the things they are accusing me of doing to 50 cent and Tony Yayo definitely didn’t happen. Where they are getting this from is unbeknownst to me.”

History

The conviction against Rosemond involved a murder-for-hire incident that eventually led to the death of Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, who was an associate of 50 cent’s G-Unit group. Reports have said that the murder of Fletcher was retaliation for an incident that involved Rosemond’s son, where Yayo slapped Rosemond’s son, who was a teenager at the time. Throughout the entire legal process, Rosemond has continued to maintain his innocence. Rosemond is currently in prison, serving a life sentence for a drug trafficking case. No response has been made by 50 cent, involving this story.