Rapper The Game’s Manager Used Interscope Records To Ship Drugs
Rucuss staffSeptember 17, 2011
Interscope Records has a laundry list of talent on its roster.
Lady Gaga, Eminem, U2, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre are just a few artists under the label. That’s why it comes as a surprise to find out that cocaine and cash has been shipped in road cases from the offices of the record label.
According to the Smoking Gun, the Department of Justice prosecutors provided defense lawyers with shipping records detailing pickups and deliveries made at Interscope’s Los Angeles office by a cargo firm. Music cases were stuffed with kilos of cocaine and cash up to $1 million.
A year-long investigation resulted in an indictment of rap music manager James Rosemond on 18 felony charges. He could receive up to life in prison for the crimes. He’s being held without bail in Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center. Rosemond biggest client was The Game.
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