(AllHipHop News) The ongoing murder trial of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond has become a major topic in both traditional media and social media outlets. The case has drawn comments from many observers about the convicted drug dealer and Czar Entertainment CEO.
As Rosemond faces a murder conviction for the killing of G-Unit associate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, 50 Cent was one of the people who took to social media to express his thoughts on his longtime rival.
50's posts implied that Rosemond cooperated with the authorities. He wrote, "old gangsta Jimmy, go ahead tell some more s**t."
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Jimmy Henchman's publicist, Sibrena Stowe de Fernandez, contacted AllHipHop.com to issue an official statement about the press coverage of the case. Fernandez also addresses allegations of "snitching" on the part of Rosemond.
Read the full statement below.
As James Rosemond's publicist and as I weigh in on media commentary regarding Mr. Rosemond's new trial I only have to say that I'd like for the media to remember Mr. James Rosemond is currently in the middle of a trial and I'd like for him to be afforded a fair trial and not have it played out in the media which can and in my opinion has influenced his last sentencing.
I read what a certain rapper and music mogul wrote on twitter and he too is entitled to his opinion but it doesn't make the information that he tweeted correct because as I remember the last trial, Mr. Rosemond never testified in court against anyone and so the term, "snitching" shouldn't apply to him. I don't recall this music mogul/rapper or anyone from that camp at the last trial and so the information that he allegedly tweeted is not accurate information. Let's let the trial play out and let's see what the verdict is. There are folks who are testifying in this trial and they're looking at a lot of time and so let's see how it plays out.
- Sibrena Stowe de Fernandez, LaChic Media