G-Unit leader 50 Cent has made it a habit to take shots online at James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond.
If Rosemond has his way, the two longtime rivals may have to face each other in person in a courtroom.
The former manager of The Game and other music stars recently won an appeal to have his murder conviction overturned.
Rosemond is now looking to call 50 Cent as a witness in a potential new trial.
“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 percent calling 50 Cent as a witness,” Rosemond told HipHopDX. “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 to.”
He continued, “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.”
Rosemond was convicted for a murder-for-hire plot that led to the death of G-Unit associate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher.
According to reports, the hit on Fletcher was supposedly a response to G-Unit member Tony Yayo slapping Rosemond’s then teenage son.
Rosemond has maintained his innocence throughout the entire legal process.
In addition, the 51-year-old New Yorker is currently serving a life sentence for a separate federal drug trafficking case