The Blast reported today that George Zimmerman — who was acquitted of murder and manslaughter charges in the killing of Trayvon Martin — has threatening to feed Jay Z to alligators if he proceeds with his documentary, which is based on the case.
It was announced earlier this year that Jay-Z would be partnering with The Weinstein Company to make a commemorative documentary called Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.
According to Zimmerman, Michael Gasparro, the executive producer of said documentary, made unannounced visits to his parents’ and uncle’s homes in Florida in an attempt to get them on camera.
Zimmerman was adamant that production “harassed,” his family, but never went into detail as to what exactly the harassment was. He also did not speak on whether they agreed to get on camera or not.
What’s worse in the report from the Blast, is his statement:
“I know how to handle people who f—k with me,” he reportedly told the site. “I have since February 2012.”
Following the report, Long Beach native and everyone’s favorite uncle, Snoop Dogg took to Instagram to warn Zimmerman, saying “If one hair on Jays hair is touched that’s when the revolution will b (sic) televised.”
Between scheduling a fight with DMX, attempting to sell the gun he shot Trayvon Martin with, and an unimaginable timeline of countless crude deeds, sad to say this is not even Zimmerman’s wildest statement. F*ck this dude forever and ever.
What is good to see is that hip-hop would come together, even if this was a reality.