Earlier this year, Jay Z announced that he was working with the Weinstein Company to produce a 6-part documentary about Martin’s life titled “Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,” based on attorney Lisa Bloom’s book “Suspicion Nation”.
Although Harvey Weinstein is no longer with his company, the documentary is still being created and executive-produced by Michael Gasparro.
Now here’s where Zimmerman comes into play. In an interview with the Blast, Zimmerman alleges that Gasparro and his production company are harrasing his parents and other family members in the Florida area for an interview.
“I know how to handle people who fuck with me, I have since February 2012,” Zimmerman said, referencing the date he killed Martin.
One has to wonder if Zimmerman realizes that in Florida, making credible threats, that may place a person, in this case Jay Z, in fear of their life, is a felony. I’m pretty sure Jay Z has 99 problems, and a Zimmerman ain’t one.