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In March 2007, Rosemond's then 14-year-old son was allegedly slapped by someone in G-Unit member Tony Yayo's entourage, after the teen was spotted wearing a Czar Entertainment T-shirt. At the time, G-Unit and Compton rapper Game, who is managed by Czar Entertainment, were in a heated feud. Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher was Yayo's co-defendant and told authorities that he was the one who assaulted Rosemond's son.
A year later, Yayo plead guilty to noncriminal harassment and as part of his plea deal all the criminal charges against him -- including misdemeanor assault, harassment and endangering the welfare of a child -- were dismissed. The Queens rapper was ordered to fulfill 10 days of community service.
Meanwhile, Fletcher plead guilty to endangering the welfare of a child and was sentenced to nine months in prison, which ran concurrently with a two-year sentence he received for an unrelated drug charge.
In September 2009, Fletcher was killed in the Bronx just a few weeks after being paroled. Last month, federal prosecutors accused Rodney Johnson and Brian McCleod with plotting out the murder of Fletcher. Both Johnson and McLeod are involved in a cocaine ring whose East Coast operations were allegedly being run by Rosemond. The cocaine distribution allegations are why there is a federal warrant out for Rosemond's arrest.
Although Rosemond is staunchly proclaiming his innocence, he is currently on the run from authorities.