George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watch volunteer acquitted in the death of Trayon Martin, should steer clear of Chicago, one rapper has said.
Lil Durk, who is from Chicago, said that if Zimmerman, 30, comes to Chicago, problems will arise for him.
“Bring his [expletive] to Chicago…Somebody book Zimmerman. We’ll murk his [expletive] out here. He better not ever come out here,” Lil Durk said, according to HipHopDx.com.
Durk also talked about violence that arose after the controversial Zimmerman verdict was handed down.
“I was mad as hell. I was mad as hell, man,” he said in an interview. “Like a lot of that [expletive] goes on in the streets today I still be mad. Like I said about that little girl who got killed. I was mad as hell about that. You taking a baby. You know what I’m saying? That’s a little girl. No reason. Can’t even talk to you back.”
A few weeks ago, Zimmerman appeared at a gun show in Orlando and signed autographs, TMZ reported.
And a few weeks ago, he said that he’s homeless and suffering from PTSD, according to an interview he gave with Univision.
Zimmerman was acquitted last year, which sparked outrage.
“He (Martin) saw my gun and told me he would kill me, and I knew he was telling the truth. I mean, was not playing,” he said, according to Univision. ”I asked him to stop …. And the young man did not care. Continued attacking … I knew he would not stop even though I knew that someone had seen (the fight) and the police are coming. He did not care.”