(AllHipHop News) Rap manager Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond is wanted by federal authorities for allegedly being involved in a cocaine distribution operation. The New York Post reports that an arrest warrant was issued for Rosemond last week.
The rap manager, through his company Czar Entertainment, has worked with Game, Brandy, Sean Kingston and Akon, has yet to turn himself in. Rosemond's lawyer Jeffery Lichtman confirmed that a federal prosecutor said the warrant had been issued, but there was no copy of the warrant, or the charges provided.
Jimmy Rosemond is a well known executive in the music business, due to his high profile client roster, mainly Compton rapper Game, who infamously feuded with 50 Cent. Rosemond himself was involved in a beef with G-Unit, when Tony Yayo and an associate allegedly assaulted his son on a street in front of Czar Entertainment's offices.
Additionally, Tupac Shakur accused Rosemond of being complicit in his 1994 shooting inside the lobby of the Quad Recording Studio.
More recently, Jimmy Rosemond was involved with helping Wyclef Jean run for office in Haiti, in addition to supporting the current President of the country, Michel Martelly.