New York rapper Azealia Banks has weighed in on the controversy ex-Florida watchman George Zimmerman has sparked this week on social media.
Banks shed some thoughts on Zimmerman and credited his awkward actions on witchcraft Tuesday (September 29).
According to reports, Zimmerman retweeted a lifeless picture of the teenager, Trayvon Martin, he killed in 2012 onto Twitter last weekend.
Though the tweet has now been deleted by Twitter officials, Zimmerman reportedly retweeted the following proclamation that he is a “one man army,” an incendiary statement maddeningly paired with a gruesome photo of Trayvon Martin’s corpse. New York Daily News got the screengrab. (Complex)
Reports claimed Martin also went onto a Twitter rant Monday (September 28).
The man who shot and killed Martin three years ago also gave out an apparent stranger’s phone number, referring “all media inquiries” to the unsuspecting man. “Gee..I sure hate offending people that have plotted and tried to kill me and my family…” Zimmerman wrote with one tweet, with a photo matching President Obama with Virginia murderer Vester Flanagan. (NY Daily News)
The shocking Twitter incident caught the attention of various hip-hop artists.
George Zimmerman is online posting pics of Trayvon Martin's dead body right now. Let that sink in America. #blacklivesmatter
— Talib Kweli Greene (@TalibKweli) September 27, 2015
Dear @twitter –
How have you not suspended George Zimmerman's account? How?
— Estelle (@EstelleDarlings) September 28, 2015