Federal agents are now on a nationwide manhunt for Jimmy Henchman, who failed to turn himself in on cocaine distribution charges.
Just last week, the Hip-Hop manager released a statement saying that he would turn himself in as long as he received a fair trial.
Rosemond is facing 15 to 20 years in federal prison for his connection in a cocaine distribution ring.
Rosemond’s brother Kesner, Kahlil Abdullah and Henry “Black” Butler are also facing charges.
Abdullah and Butler are already cooperating with authorities.