James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond
Jimmy Rosemond is the co-founder of Czar Entertainment management company who was arrested for drug trafficking in 2011. As Czar CEO, Rosemond oversaw the careers of several popular acts including LA-based rapper The Game and Jamaican-American singer Sean Kingston. Nearly a month after being issued an arrest warrant by the FBI, he was arrested for allegedly being the leader of a cocaine distribution ring that used his music channels to transport cocaine. The music executive also has faced accusations (which he denies) that he orchestrated the ambush that led to the shooting of Tupac Shakur outside a Manhattan recording studio.