The Game could already envision himself peeling back George Zimmeran’s scalp. But it looks like the menacing West Coast rapper won’t get the chance to dislodge the gun-toting watch captain from his limbs.
Thursday it was announced that Trayvon Martin’s “murderer” George Zimmerman was willing to fight anyone, including a black man, in a “celebrity” boxing match for charity. But when the tatted up and leather-skinned The Game announced that he would love to pummel the teen stalker-turned-cold-blooded-killer, Zimmerman’s promoter quickly said that The Game was too late.
In fact, The Game was chomping at the bits for a piece of the self-appointed neighborhood watch captain from Sanford, Fla. who shot and killed the unarmed Trayvon as he carried Skittles and an Iced Tea through a gated community and back to his home.
“I will beat the f*** out of him,“ The Game told TMZ.
“I would not be boxing for me. I’d be boxing for the legacy of Trayvon Martin and for his family.”
“I would box him to knock him out. I would definitely take pleasure in it. It’s legal, and I want to show him you can solve your disputes without a weapon.”
Unfortunately, Damon Feldman, Zimmerman’s promoter, “backed” down from the 6-foot-5, 240 rapper and claimed that 4700 people are ahead of him. Feldman says the choice for opponent will be made soon for the March 1st fight.
Since we cannot see the list, there’s no way of knowing exactly how far back The Game got in line to fight the delusional Zimmerman who actually believes he has reached celebrity status.
Zimmerman, of course, was found not guilty in July 2013 of second-degree murder and manslaughter in one of the most explosive and racially-tinged trials in modern times.