Fif finally responded to Henchman's verdict
50 Cent remained surprisingly silent after Jimmy Henchman was found guilty of a murder-for-hire plot. Considering that the the pair have old-school bad blood and the case was wrapped around Henchman paying men in his drug-running organization to kill a G-Unit-affiliated man named who went by the name of Lodi Mack, we all thought Fif would have something to say.
Apparently, Lodi Mack and Tony Yayo smacked around Henchman’s son. So, he hired the men to kill Mack. He was quickly caught and charged with setting up the man’s death.
His first conviction on the murder-for-hire charges was overturned after his attorneys argued that a judge had limited their questioning during the trial. Though this is the second successful conviction of Henchman on these charges, his team plans to appeal.
Fif must have been busy because he didn’t reply to the conviction immediately. But rest assured, he’s on it. He just came out and wrote on Instagram that he thinks the incarcerated kingpin is a snitch.
“No your honor I have no idea who that was shooting back at jimmy Henchmen,but I do know that guy Jimmy’s a Rat 🐀. LOL,” he wrote.
If you think that 50 is just flexing because he knows Jimmy Henchman can’t get to him, then you don’t know Fif. DJ Whoo Kid revealed that 50 used to be a huge street tough in his neighborhood who regularly beat up dealers who owed him money.
“On this block, 50 Cent who was known as Boo Boo was on the block beating up drug lords who owed him money,” DJ Whoo Kid revealed in an interview with HotNewHipHop. “Randomly, I would see him come up on a baby Ninja. Everybody knew it was him.”
“It was like Debo,” he continued. “It was like watching f**king Friday and sh*t.”
Whoo Kid said that watching “Boo Boo” beat people up, he never would have guessed that he’d end up selling out arena tours with him later in life.
“This is maybe 10-12 years before for some reason I’m going to be touring with this guy,” he said. “I was just a dumb Haitian kid hanging on my grass. Because you know I had a curfew I couldn’t leave the house. So I would just sit on my grass and watch, on some 227 sh*t, I would just watch what was going on on the block.”
“I would never think that maybe 12 or i don’t know how many years 13 years, I would be doing arenas with this guy who is in front of me beating drug dealers up,” he added.
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That’s not to say that 50 still can’t wreck something. Just ask the owner of the Ora nightclub in Miami. It was there that the rapper recently got so into his performance that he smashed up a mixer beyond repair.
“[50 Cent] jumped from the speaker to a VIP table and to the top of the DJ booth, he landed right on the mixer,” an unnamed source told The Daily Mail. “It was seamlessly replaced, and his show continued.”
The nightclub owner didn’t seem to mind, saying that the rapper was “worth every penny.”
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