Shawn “Jay Z” Carter is making a TV series and television projects about Trayvon Martin and a documentary of his life leading up to his death. This isn't sitting so well with George Zimmerman though, the guy who was acquitted of the killing of Young Trayvon. He Backlashed at Jay-Z saying he will beat him up and if anybody messes with his parents he will feed them to the alligators. This has sparked outrage by Snoop Dogg who took to instagram to call George Zimmer Man a B#tch and that If one hair on jays hair is touched that’s when the revolution will b televised We one 👊🏾and to thank the system let the Bitch ass muthafucca get away with murder try it again 🙏🏾Trayvon Martin Gone but not forgotten! said Snoop!
George claims that people have been showing up to his parents house harassing him about the film and have even went to the extent of going to other family members houses and paid his ex wife to be on camera. He said, "“I know how to handle people who f*ck with me, I have since February 2012.” Snoop Dogg made a post on Instagram this afternoon, shortly after Zimmerman's threats went public, warning Zimmerman not to "try it again."Jay-Z has acquired the rights to two books about the incident, Suspicion Nation by Lisa Bloom, and Rest in Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin, written by Martin's parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin. Jay-Z intends to name his documentary after the latter book.
Tracy Martin said he took his son to Sanford "to disconnect and get his priorities straight".Martin had been to Twin Lakes several times before with his father, and sometimes played football with the kids in the neighborhood.On the night of the shooting, Tracy was out to dinner with his fiancée, Brandy Green, while Trayvon and Green's son stayed at home, watching TV and playing video games. Trayvon went out, walking to a local 7-11 store where he bought Skittles for Green's son and a fruit juice drink.After returning from the store to the Twin Lakes neighborhood, George Zimmerman, a volunteer Neighborhood Watch person, spotted Martin, who was 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m) tall and weighed 158 pounds (72 kg) at the time of his death. Zimmerman called Sanford police to report Martin, who he said appeared "suspicious". There was an altercation between the two individuals in which Zimmerman shot Martin, killing him. Zimmerman claimed self-defense and was eventually charged in Martin's death. On June 10, 2013, Zimmerman's trial began in Sanford and on July 13, a jury acquitted him of second-degree murder and of manslaughter charges.