Roc Nation’s Jay Electronica made an unexpected appearance onto Twitter today (April 4) to speak on an arrary of topics including the perception of “goons” and “thugs.”

In his mini-rant, Jay Elect questioned why so many critics of ex-Florida neighborhood watch worker George Zimmerman have not resorted to physical violence against him.

“your gun don’t really go off. only against your own brother who is in the mud like you. coward.,” he tweeted April 4.

“”thugs” and “goons” walk past george zimmerman everyday. why he aint get his head bust yet?”

“if you can’t relate to what I’m saying, I’m not talking to you.”

“whats sad is pp will fight or oppose you if you dabble in this kind of talk.. but they won’t fight the school for teaching the babies lies.”

“they won’t fight the banks for stealing their homes or the fda for approving poison to be fed to the ppl” (Jay Electronica’s Twitter)

In a recent interview, Chicag’s Lil Durk revealed his issues with Zimmerman walking scot-free from his now-infamous fatal 2012 shooting.

“Bring his a** to Chicago,” Durk said in an interview. “Somebody book Zimmerman. We’ll murk his a** out here. He better not ever come out here. [The not guilty verdict?] I was mad as h*ll. I was mad as h*ll, man. Like a lot of that sh*t goes on in the streets today I still be mad.” (VLAD TV)

In February, Onyx’s Sticky Fingaz said he wouldn’t be happy until Zimmerman was lifeless.

Sticky laid down a major rant this weekend when we asked about the Zimmerman boxing match being canceled, telling us … “Everybody gonna be mad at me for saying this, but I don’t give two s**ts. Somebody should f**king clap that ni**a!” Ironically, his rant came just hours after Trayvon Martin’s own family held a rally for peace to mark what would have been his 19th birthday. Sticky is not in a forgiving place, adding … “Zimmerman is not a f**king celebrity. He’s a f**king savage animal that killed a young black teen.” (TMZ)

Recently, celebrity promoter Damon Feldman revealed certain aspects of his personal life made him realize a celebrity Zimmerman fight should not go down.

Speaking to Rolling Stone after the cancellation, Feldman elaborated on his decision. “Zimmerman was the wrong person to have in this,” said Feldman. “I looked into the eyes of my son and daughter today and couldn’t imagine someone killing them and getting off scot-free. It just really hurt. It was a tough decision because I could have made two million dollars here, but at least I have my dignity. I’m happy. Thank you.” (Rolling Stone)