(AllHipHop News) James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, the former manager of The Game and others, was sentenced to life in prison in Brooklyn court Friday.
The ruling ends a drug trafficking case that has carried on since the one-time mogul was convicted in 2012.
Authorities managed to prove that the Hip-Hop staple was moving about $11 million in cocaine in transactions that operated from coast to coast. Reports say he used his musical efforts to mask the cocaine enterprise.
Rosemond still faces conspiracy to murder charges stemming from an alleged plot against G-Unit's Tony Yayo, who reportedly slapped his son in the street.