Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Report: Diddy attempted to broker peace in Jimmy Henchman, G-Unit conflict

The beef between James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond and 50 Cent's G-Unit crew could have been squashed if both parties would've listened to Diddy, a prosecution witness revealed in Manhattan Federal Court Wednesday (Feb. 12).

Rosemond is on trial for ordering the murder of G-Unit associate Lowell Fletcher. On the stand yesterday, the 40-year-old's former cocaine runner, Khalil Abdullah, detailed a secret meeting between the Czar Entertainment founder and 50. Abdullah and Fif's manager, Chris Lighty — who died of an apparent suicide in 2012 — were on hand for what turned into another heated run-in between the opposing sides.

According to Abdullah, the Violator Management founder attacked Rosemond. "Chris ended up mushing Rosemond in the face," he said. "Puff jumped in between them and broke it up."

The peace-making gesture eventually gave way to yet another boiling point in 2007, when G-Unit member Tony Yayo allegedly roughed up Rosemond's teen son. Reportedly, Rosemond told Abdullah to have Lighty shot in the leg as retaliation for Yayo slapping the boy, but the plan never came into fruition.

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