TMZ is claiming to have seen a recently-surfaced videotape showing Tupac receiving oral sex while rapping and dancing during a house party.
According to the website, the footage was shot in 1991 and begins with a gaggle of groupies in a living room during a get together.
Tupac walks into the room with his pants down to his ankles, his shirt off … sporting several chains.
Tupac — whose head is shaved — pulls one of the women toward him, and she begins performing oral sex. As she does her thing, an unreleased song of Tupac’s is playing in the background, as Tupac is singing along and dancing, wiggling his hips.
And it gets even better. As the woman services Tupac, who is holding a cocktail in one hand and a blunt in another, Money B from Digital Underground walks over to him. Tupac puts his cocktail arm around Money B, continues singing and dancing … and the woman never stops.
As the tape ends it appears he’s ready to begin sexual intercourse. It’s unclear if there’s another tape.
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Hip hop mogul James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond has pleaded not guilty to federal charges that he ran a cocaine trafficking ring between Los Angeles and New York.
The CEO of New York-based Czar Entertainment was arraigned Wednesday in Brooklyn, reports the Associated Press.
Attorney Jeffrey Lichtman says his client is being framed. Prosecutors say the evidence includes secret recordings, e-mails and shipping records.
Rosemond was arrested last month and charged with running a criminal enterprise that shipped cocaine in music equipment cases, money laundering and obstruction.
Shortly before that, an Internet report attributed to a prisoner alleged Rosemond orchestrated a 1994 ambush that wounded Tupac Shakur outside a Manhattan recording studio. Rosemond denies any involvement and the criminal complaint against him makes no mention of that case.
“Fugitive hip-hop mogul James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond, recently linked by an inmate to the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur outside a Manhattan recording studio, has been arrested on cocaine-dealing charges following a month-long manhunt.
Federal authorities said Tuesday that Drug Enforcement Administration agents had arrested Rosemond, owner of Czar Entertainment, in New York City outside the W Hotel in Union Square, where he was hiding in plain sight.
According to the New York Daily News, Rosemond tried to flee the hotel this morning, but was tackled by marshals and chipped a tooth when he fell. At press time, he was due in Brooklyn Federal Court.
In addition to the drug charges, Rosemond is accused of witness tampering and obstruction of justice, authorities said.
Last week, convicted killer Dexter Isaac claimed Rosemond ignited the East Coast-West Coast rap wars that left rappers Shakur and Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace shot to death.
According to Isaac, Rosemond paid him $2,500 to shoot and rob Shakur at a Times Square recording studio in November 1994. The fallout led to Shakur’s slaying in Las Vegas, and Wallace’s murder in Los Angeles.
Rosemond has denied the allegation, and charged that Isaac – currently serving a life sentence – was a federal informant. Rosemond’s lawyer has denied his client had any involvement in the shooting.
Shortly after the Dexter Isaac claimed he was paid by controversial music executive Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond (pictured) to rob Tupac Shakur in 1994, two more men associated with the troubled exec are have been charged with the murder of one of 50 Cent’s and Tony Yayo’s associates. So says the Smoking Gun.
Back in 2007, Rosemond’s then 14-year-old son was allegedly slapped by someone in Tony Yayo’s entourage after being seen wearing a Czar Entertainment T-shirt. At that time, there was a lot of beef between Game and G-Unit.
Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher then told authorities he was responsible for the assault.
Yayo was a co-defendant, but it took a year for him to fess up. He plead guilty to noncriminal harassment, but all charges including misdemeanor assault, harassment and endangering the welfare of a child, were dropped.
However, Fletcher plead guilty and was sentenced to nine months in prison.
Then in 2009, Fletcher was killed in the Bronx, a few weeks after being paroled.
And according to reports, just last month federal prosecutors accused Rodney Johnson and Brian McCleod with plotting the murder of the now dead G-Unit affiliate. Both suspects are involved with a cocaine ring whose East Coast operations were allegedly run by Rosemond.
The cocaine issue currently has Henchmen on the run from authorities.
Tupac Amaru Shakur (June 16, 1971 – September 13, 1996), known by his stage names 2Pac (or simply Pac) and Makaveli, was an American rapper. Shakur had sold over 75 million albums worldwide as of 2007,making him one of the best-selling music artists in the world. In the United States alone he has sold 37.5 million records.
On the night of September 7, 1996, Shakur attended the Mike Tyson–Bruce Seldon boxing match at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. After leaving the match, one of Suge’s associates spotted 21-year-old Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, a member of the Southside Crips, in the MGM Grand lobby and informed Shakur, who then attacked Anderson. Shakur’s entourage, as well as Suge and his followers, assisted in assaulting Anderson. The fight was captured on the hotel’s video surveillance. Earlier that year, Anderson and a group of Crips had robbed a member of Death Row’s entourage in a Foot Locker store, precipitating Shakur’s attack. After the brawl, Shakur went to rendezvous with Suge to go to Death Row-owned Club 662 (now known as restaurant/club Seven). He rode in Suge’s 1996 black BMW 750iL sedan as part of a larger convoy including many in Shakur’s entourage.
Despite having been resuscitated in a trauma center and surviving a multitude of surgeries (as well as the removal of a failed right lung), Shakur had gotten through the critical phase of the medical therapy and was given a 50% chance of pulling through.