Jay-Z has harsh words for the former neighborhood coordinator who killed an unarmed black child in 2012.
George Zimmerman is angry about HOVA’s upcoming documentary about the killing of Trayvon Martin, the black child who Zimmerman gunned down in a condo complex outside Orlando.
“I know how to handle people who fuck with me, I have since February 2012,” Zimmerman said after a film crew working on the project contacted his family. “Anyone who fucks with my parents will be fed to an alligator.”
“I would beat him as if I was Solange,” Zimmerman said to the Orlando Sentinel, referencing the incident in which Jay-Z’s sister-in-law hit the rapper in leaked security footage from an elevator.
Jay-Z has responded on a just-released track by Miami producer DJ Khaled. The track, “Top Off” also features Future and Jay-Z’s wife Beyonce.
“Meanwhile Georgie Porgie Zimmerman sendin’ me threats/Save your breath, you couldn’t beat a flight of steps,” Jay raps. “Try that shit with a grown man/I’ll kill that fuckboy with my own hand/And hop back in the coupe.”
Here’s the video. Below that is the trailer for the documentary.
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