Jay-Z’s forthcoming docuseries around the existence and dying of Trayvon Martin has sparked notice in the man who wiped out the unarmed 17-year-old this year.

George Zimmerman,&nbspthe neighborhood watch volunteer who had been found innocent of second-degree murder and wrongful death in Martin&rsquos dying, has become threatening the background music tycoon and Michael Gasparro, the work&rsquos co-executive producer, based on The Blast&nbspand the Orlando Sentinel.

Zimmerman stated the series&rsquo production team made unannounced appointments with his parents&rsquo and uncle&rsquos homes to obtain them on camera. He stated they &ldquoharassed&rdquo his family, but didn&rsquot get into detail towards the Blast about how exactly.&nbsp

A personal investigator using the crew trespassed at his uncle&rsquos home, Zimmerman told the Sentinel.

Zimmerman also told The Blast he’d &ldquobeat Jay-Z,&rdquo adding that &ldquoanyone who fucks with my parents is going to be given for an alligator.&rdquo

He known Martin&rsquos shooting, saying, &ldquoI understand how to handle individuals who fuck beside me, I’ve since Feb 2012.&rdquo

Rapper Snoop Dogg taken care of immediately Zimmerman&rsquos threat on Instagram Sunday, which makes it obvious he is at Jay-Z&rsquos corner:

The docuseries, entitled &ldquoRest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,&rdquo&nbspleans on two books as source material: Lisa Blossom&rsquos&nbspSuspicion Nation: The Interior Story from the Trayvon Martin Injustice and Why We Still Do It Again in addition to&nbspRest in Power: The Long lasting Existence of Trayvon Martin, by Martin&rsquos parents.

Jay-Z initially partnered using the Weinstein Co. for that project but Harvey Weinstein&rsquos name continues to be taken off &ldquoRest In Power&rdquo&nbspamid the sexual harassment allegations against him.

Jay-Z&rsquos entertainment company, Roc Nation, didn’t immediately react to HuffPost&rsquos request comment.&nbsp

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