Jay-Z is firing back at death threats he received from the killer of African-American teenager Trayvon Martin by challenging the shooter to fight with a “grown man.”
Neighborhood Watch zealot George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon in Florida in 2012, claiming he mistook the teen for a burglar.
The rap mogul has been among those campaigning for justice for Trayvon ever since, and he is one of the executive producers of an upcoming docu-series about the tragedy, titled “Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.”
Zimmerman previously slammed the project and told TheBlast.com he wanted to “beat Jay-Z” and “feed him to an alligator” after alleging TV executives had hounded his family for interviews.
“I know how to handle people who f##k with me, I have since February 2012,” he sneered, referencing the date of Trayvon’s death.
Jay-Z has largely ignored Zimmerman’s fighting talk until now – addressing him directly on his new DJ Khaled collaboration, “Top Off,” which also features his wife Beyonce and fellow rapper Future.
On the track, he spits, “Georgie Porgie sinnin’ and sendin’ me threats/Save your breath, you couldn’t beat a flight of steps/Try that s##t with a grown man/I’ll kill that f##kboy with my own hand.”
Meanwhile, both Jay-Z and Beyonce use their verses on the track to voice their support for Meek Mill, who was handed a two-to-four year prison sentence for a probation violation in November.
His lawyers have been appealing the harsh punishment ever since.
Elsewhere on the tune, which was released on Friday, Beyonce appears to poke fun at her new pal, comedienne Tiffany Haddish, for telling everyone about a night out she recently enjoyed with the typically-private superstar.
“If they’re tryna party with the queen/They gon’ have to sign a non-disclosure, ayy,” Beyonce spits.