George Zimmerman made headlines when he threatened Jay-Z over his to-be-released documentary about the life of Trayvon Martin.
In an interview with The Blast, Martin’s murderer claimed that the production company producing Hov’s documentary was harassing his family over an interview. Subsequently, he made the disgusting comment, "I know how to handle people who f**k with me, I have since February 2012."
Well, Jay has yet to respond, but predictably, it didn’t take long for someone in the hip-hop world to say something. Snoop Dogg, who often comments on politics via Instagram, did so today and didn’t play nice with Zimmerman.
“If one hair on jays hair is touched that’s when the revolution will b televised,” he captioned under a screenshot of news about Zimmerman’s comments. “We one and to thank the system let the Bitch ass muthaf***a get away with murder try it again 🙏🏾Trayvon Martin Gone but not forgotten.”
Welp, Uncle Snoop ain’t having any of it.
Social media also reacted below. See what they had to say in reaction to George Zimmerman’s comments below and see Snoop's remarks above.
Zimmerman is about to be a missing person and I’m so ready for it. https://t.co/UkzfmgUd57— OJ Enabosi (@MrOhSoWreQless) December 17, 2017
I bet George Zimmerman won't drop his location 📍— ⚔️ (@Omfg_Petey) December 17, 2017
Oh shut up george zimmerman. It's amazing you still walk amongst us.— Claudia Jordan (@claudiajordan) December 17, 2017
At this point, I don't want to hear what George Zimmerman has to say unless its his last words.— Simply havin a wonderful christmastime (@noyokono) December 17, 2017
Zimmerman is out of his mind.— Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) December 17, 2017
Can we just replace the words George Zimmerman with 'Murderer' anytime he is written about? https://t.co/1yBL042j4W— Donwill (@donwill) December 17, 2017
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