Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Jimmy Henchman's son responds to 50 Cent's 'Hold On' lyrics

James Rosemond Jr. recently caught wind of 50 Cent's latest release, "Hold On," and he swiftly dropped a flag on the play.

The song, which Fif debuted at SXSW as a track off his forthcoming Animal Ambition, includes the lyrics: "On the phone I heard Yay' smacked the s--t out a kid / Now Jimmy got life, we'll smack him again / When it's war, it will be war 'til the bitter end / If they ever say we lose, I'll start it again."

The fist line could be a reference to 2007, when G-Unit member Tony Yayo was arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault, harassment and endangering the welfare of a minor for allegedly slapping a then 14-year-old Rosemond Jr. after he spotted the teenager walking towards his father's office.

Junior is son of James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, who was just handed a life sentence and is on trial for the murder-for-hire of G-Unit affiliate Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher in connection with years of operating a drug trafficking ring and using his music management company as a front. The company, Czar Entertainment, handled former G-Unit signee-turned-enemy Game.

50 hasn't been named in any of the violence, but he has openly mocked Rosemond Sr.

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