Former music executive James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond has reportedly been found guilty for the murder of a G-Unit associate five years ago.

According to reports, Rosemond had his verdict read to him in court this week.

On December 11th, 2014, James “Jimmy Henchman’ Rosemond’s murder-for-hire trial ended with a guilty verdict. After one day of deliberation, the jury found Rosemond guilty on all charges, including hiring the shooter who murdered Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher on September 27, 2009. Fletcher was a gang member and G-Unit associate, who assaulted Jimmy Henchman’s son. (Don Diva Magazine)

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Rosemond briefly spoke out after receiving his guilty verdict.

Mr. Rosemond had little to say after the verdict. When asked how he felt about the outcome he simply stated, “Enough said. Nothing to talk about”. Prior to the start of the case, Henchman revealed some of his never said before sentiments in an exclusive interview with Don Diva in a quest to clear the air and bring truth to all of the rumors and accusations that have been levied against him over the years. (Don Diva Magazine)

Back in March, Jimmy caught a huge break in the murder case.

A judge in the federal trial of a hip-hop manager accused of ordering the murder of one of 50 Cent’s associates declared a mistrial on Friday, the United States attorney’s office in Manhattan said. (New York Times)

G-Unit leader 50 Cent hopped onto his Instagram page last month to get at Rosemond.