One of America's most famous rappers is being threatened with physical violence by controversial gunman George Zimmerman over his role in a new documentary about Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman told The Blast on Saturday that he has a score to settle with music mogul Jay-Z since the rapper's production team began filming a new documentary on the 2012 case.
Zimmerman claims the film crew made unannounced visits to the homes of his parents and an uncle in Florida, and is now threatening to 'beat Jay-Z' and feed him to 'an alligator.'
Zimmerman (R) said on Saturday that he has a score to settle with music mogul and world famous rapper Jay-Z
Carter is producing a six-part documentary called 'Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,' based on the book 'Suspicion Nation' by attorney Lisa Bloom
'I know how to handle people who f*** with me,' Zimmerman said Saturday, adding 'I have since February 2012.'
The remark refers to shooting death of 17-year-old Treyvon Martin On February 26, 2012, who Zimmerman killed after the two were involved in a physical altercation as Martin was returning home from the store.
Zimmerman was acquitted of murder the following year after a jury found that the then 30-year-old was protected by Florida's 'stand your ground' law, which allows an individual to use deadly force if threatened with bodily harm, according to ABC News.
Zimmerman says he holds the rapper, whose real name is Shawn Carter, and his executive producer Michael Gasparro (pictured) responsible for having 'harassed' his