(AllHipHop News) Details about the longstanding feud between rapper 50 cent and former artist manager/drug kingpin James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond came out recently at Henchman's murder trial.
The case revealed alleged violent incidents like Rosemond's son getting slapped by G-Unit member Tony Yayo, shots being fired at Chris Lighty's Violator Records office, and a shooting at G-Unit road manager Baja Walters’ home.
During the trial 50 took a few shots at Henchman on Twitter and Instagram suggesting that Rosemond is a "snitch." It seems the Queens emcee is not done with speaking out against his rival.
50 calls out Henchman again on the version of his new song "Hold On" that hit the internet recently. The song has since been pulled down from most sites.
On the track 50 Cent raps:
On the phone I heard Ya smacked the sh*t outta a kid
Now Jimmy got life, go smack him again
When it's war, it will be war to the end
If they ever say we lose, I start it again
Let's sneak the ni**as spray that Semi at your momma crib
With a silencer we couldn't even hear the sh*t
"Hold On" is scheduled to be officially released on March 18th. That day 50 will also drop "Don’t Worry ‘Bout It" featuring Yo Gotti.
Rosemond was on trial for the murder of G-Unit affiliate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher. The case ended in a mistrial. Rosemond is still serving a life sentence for drug trafficking and weapons convictions.
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