Jimmy Henchman Says 2 Pac Knew His Shooter, Replies To L.A. Times Article

Jimmy Henchman Says 2 Pac Knew His Shooter, Replies To L.A. Times Article

As we previously reported, the L.A. Times published an article that stated that Diddy & Henchman had a part in the 1994 shooting of Tupac [original story here]. Later The Smoking Gun proved that the L.A. Times based their story on fake documents and their story was completely false [read the story here]. The L.A. Times & the writer of the article, Chuck Phillips, later issued an apology [read about it here] but the damage was already done. Diddy & Henchman have maintained their innocence along with condemning the L.A. Times for printing bogus stories. Now Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond is letting it all be known. In a recent interview with Billboard, Jimmy Rosemond said that he thought 2 Pac knew his shooter, saying…

What about the rumor that you admitted, in Ethan Brown's "Queens Reigns Supreme" book, to assaulting Shakur in the Quad Studios elevator before he was shot that night in 1994?

JR: "I have never said anything like that. I told Ethan what I thought happened, which was I think Tupac knew his shooter. I think it's a shame that we can't ask Tupac. But when he made that record "Against All Odds," that's the only real implication that puts me in this whole thing."

Read the complete interview @ Billboard

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