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Diddy Reportedly Tried To End The Beef Between Jimmy Henchman & 50 Cent’s G-Unit

Sean "Diddy" Combs

(AllHipHop News) The feud between James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond’s The Rosemond Organization and 50 Cent’s G-Unit has become a major topic in Henchman’s ongoing murder trial.

One new piece on information about the beef that has surfaced from the case is that Sean “Diddy” Combs apparently attempted to end the issues between the two factions at one point.

[ALSO READ: Jimmy Henchman Murder Trial Begins With Prosecutors Tying In 50 Cent/Game Beef]

Prosecution witness Khalil Abdullah (who claims to be a former drug dealer for Henchman) testified during the trial that Diddy called a peace conference between Henchman and 50′s manager Chris Lighty that did not end well.

“Chris ended up mushing [Rosemond] in the face,” said Abdullah. “Puff jumped in between them and broke it up.”

Abdullah also testified that Henchman order him to shoot Lighty in the leg, but he refused to carry it out. Abdullah is providing his testimony for the prosecution in exchange for a possible reduction in the eight-year sentence he received for pleading guilty in his own drug case.

Henchman is currently facing a murder conviction for the killing of G-Unit associate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher in 2009. Prosecutors allege that Henchman hired two gunmen to carry out a hit on Fletcher.

Diddy and Henchman have been tied together for years. At one point, the two were accused of orchestrating the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur at the Quad Recording Studios in New York City.

While there has never been any accurate evidence that Diddy was involved in the Pac shooting, another Rosemond associate, Dexter Isaac, told AllHipHop.com in 2011 that he was paid $2500 and jewelry to shoot 2Pac by Jimmy Henchman.

[ALSO READ: Exclusive: Jimmy Henchman Associate Admits to Role in Robbery/Shooting of Tupac; Apologizes To Pac & B.I.G.’s Mothers]

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