He was the 'henchman" to "Jimmy Henchman."
Now Jason Williams is behind bars after many months on the lam as a federal fugitive, officials said.
Brooklyn federal prosecutors say Williams was the right-hand-man of hip hop talent agent James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond and assisted him with his coast-to-coast cocaine distribution empire.
Today, Drug Enforcement Administration agents arrested Williams after tracking him to a hotel in Long Island City, according to Brooklyn federal prosecutors.
"How did you find me?" Williams allegedly asked the feds after they burst into the room.
Assistant US Attorney Todd Kaminsky told a Brooklyn federal magistrate judge that Williams has been wanted since last May on cocaine distribution and drug trafficking charges.
Rosemond, owner of Czar Entertainment, managed singers Brandy and Akon before his arrest last year for allegedly running the drug ring and transporting the cocaine inside "road cases" - large containers normally used to carry music equipment, officials say.
Magistrate Judge Robert Levy ordered that Williams be held without bail.