G-Unit‘s 50 Cent knows how to take advantage of social media. The hip-hop star has publicly gone after jailed music foe James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond with government documents.

Fif went to Instagram Sunday (November 6) with paperwork showing Henchman’s past ties to law enforcement.

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Over the past few days, 50 has relied on IG to roast Jimmy.

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Earlier this week, reports emerged about a 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan granting Henchman a new trial over errors in a 2014 trial.

James (Jimmy Henchman) Rosemond, 51, was sentenced to life in prison for the 2009 murder of G-Unit associate Lowell (Lodi Mac) Fletcher — but the Second Circuit Court of Appeals found he’d been deprived of his right to a fair trial. Rosemond’s lawyer, the decision says, had been improperly barred from putting on a full defense because of the trial judge’s ruling involving the testimony of the main witness against Rosemond, Brian McCleod. McCleod, who was involved in the hit on Fletcher, testified that Rosemond never actually used the words “kill” or “murder” when he ordered the attack on him in the Bronx. (NY Daily News)

The case dates back to the 2009 slaying of G-Unit affiliate Lodi Mac.

Rosemond was convicted in December 2014 on charges he ordered a crew to kill an associate of the rap group known as G-Unit. Prosecutors said the killing was payback for an assault on Rosemond’s son. Rosemond’s lawyer argued witnesses against him were unreliable. (Billboard)