The son of Jimmy "Henchmen" Rosemond was recently assaulted in New York City and members of G-Unit are believed to be responsible.
Sources say that the teenager was en route to his position at his father's label Czar Entertainment when G-Unit members 50 Cent and Tony Yayo along with others were leaving from the Violator Management offices. Supposedly they seen the boy walking down the street in a Czar Entertainment t-shirt when they accosted him.
"As 50 was getting into his SUV, he hand signaled over to Yayo and his entourage to approach and harass the boy," said a source."After being interrogated for several minutes as to why he was wearing a Czar Entertainment sweatshirt, Yayo pushed the boy up against the wall."
Accusations go on to say that Yayo then went on hitting the boy while yelling out derogatory statements.
Criminal charges are expected to be filed against both of the rappers.
Members close to 50 deny the reports and claim that 50's manager Chris Lighty's brother was stabbed by people linked to Rosemond.
"50 wasn't there," a Violator source said. "They should do whatever. But we will charge Jimmy Henchmen sent someone, who got in a fight with Chris brother. 50 and Chris weren't even in the building when the incident happened."
Czar Entertainment is known for managing the careers of artists like Trillville, Ali & Gipp along with The Game, who is a bitter enemy of 50 and his crew.
Reported By: Amanda Koger