Jimmy Henchman, founder of Czar Entertainment, is known for once managing a list of music clients including Game, Sean Kingston, and Gucci Mane, all while building a multi-million dollar cocaine enterprise on the side. The New York native has been convicted of using his company as a front for drug trafficking and money-laundering schemes. It is believed that Game and his rivalry with 50 Cent led to the death of G-Unit affiliate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, who was gunned down on a Bronx street corner back in 2009. Fletcher was reportedly lured to the location by one of Henchman’s workers and shot again and again. His death came after Fif’s crew roughed up Henchman’s teenage son.