George Zimmerman is no stranger to making bold — and stupid! — moves, so when he recently signed up for a celebrity boxing match we were not surprised (although the fact that this murderer and the promoter, Damon Feldman, think he’s a “celebrity” is baffling).
According to reports, Travyon Martin’s killer agreed to step into the ring and donate his earnings to charity. His opponent has yet to be selected, but rapper The Game told TMZ that he’d love to “beat the f**k out of him.”
“I would not be boxing for me. I’d be boxing for the legacy of Trayvon Martin and for his family,” said Game, who has a tattoo of the slain 17-year-old on his leg. “I would box him to knock him out.”
“I would definitely take pleasure in it,” he added. “It’s legal, and I want to show him you can solve your disputes without a weapon.”
The fight is scheduled to go down on March 1 and the organizers are reportedly taking offers for an opponent at: email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll keep you posted as more details arise. But in the meanwhile, leave your thoughts about Zimmerman’s participation below.
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9 Non-Black Celebrities Enraged Over George Zimmerman's Aquittal
1. Angry White Grandpa
Angry White Grandpa, the Youtube sensation known for his erratic but passionate videos, recorded himself as the Zimmerman verdict was read by one of the jurors. When the words "Not Guilty" spilled from her lips, he reacted in rage and confusion just like the Black race. Though White, Angry White Grandpa shows that this case was about race, but more about humanity!
2. Miley Cyrus
White twerking queen Miley Cyrus took to Twitter to say what we were all thinking.
3. Ellen Pompeo
Star of "Grey's Anatomy," Ellen Pompeo, didn't hold her tongue and immediately blamed the jurors for making a poor decision in the case. We agree.
4. Bill Maher & Judy Blume
Writer Judy Blume pointed out the correlation between the film "Fruitvale Station" and the "not guilty" verdict for George Zimmerman. In both cases, young Black men were shot and killed for no reason. Their killers got away with murder!
5. Kim Kardashian & Ron Paulman
Even though Kim Kardashian's father Robert Kardashian was apart of the legal team that successfully got OJ off, she was aware of the injustice in the Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman case.
6. Michael Moore
"Fahrenheit 9/11" filmmaker, Michael Moore, had some interesting things to say about the George Zimmerman verdict.
7. Christopher Hayes
And at the end of this all, Zimmerman will get back the same gun he used to shoot Tryavon Martin, as so eloquently pointed out by MSNBC host Christopher Hayes.