Ten days ago, James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond's trial on charges of trafficking narcotics across the United States began in a Brooklyn federal court. Although the prosecution has yet to finish their testimony against Rosemond, AllHipHop reports that the DEA has dug up ties between the former Hip Hop manager and Compton hopeful Slim the Mobster.
Lead DEA case agent for the prosecution Steven Miller testified in court yesterday May 31 that Rosemond maintained ties with eight primary cocaine suppliers. Informants from the Rosemond Organization indicate that one such contact, who went under the alias "Superman," reportedly sold Slim the Mobster bricks of cocaine and assault rifles.
The connection between Rosemond and the Aftermath Entertainment rapper don't end there, however. The two maintained a relationship through 2008 after Slim supposedly sold Rosemond a firearm, but their partnership fell apart after Slim was accused of stealing $250,000 from Rosemond’s brother.
Although Slim has not been officially charged in the case, he did release a song earlier today titled "Take It Like A Man," in which he denies the accusations brought against him.
DX will keep you updated as more information comes to light.