Whenever a notoriously laid-back Snoop Dogg feels compelled to intervene in a riff, somebody’s wildin’.

After Trayvon Martin’s killer George Zimmerman threatened Jay-Z, who’s making a documentary about the slain teen, Snoop Doggy Dogg stepped in.

In response to the documentary which is bound to paint the bitter former security guard who perceived danger in a Skittle-eating 17-year-old in an unflattering light, the 34-year-old hopped on the defensive.

“I know how to handle people who f*ck with me, I have since February 2012,” said during a recent interview in a braggadocios reference to killing a high-school student who’d been minding his business.

“Anyone who f*cks with my parents will be fed to an alligator,” Zimmerman, who was acquitted of Martin’s murder in 2013, continued.


Snoop Dogg didn’t take well to Zimmerman’s words.

“If one hair on jays [sic] hair is touched that’s when the revolution will b[e] televised,” Snoop wrote on Instagram Sunday night. “We one…”

Jay-Z has yet to respond to the threats. There’s a strong possibility the Brooklyn native is unbothered.