Director Spike Lee apparently retweeted the home address of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who shot Florida teen Trayvon Martin.
Two messages were posted to Lee's official Twitter account, one Friday and one Saturday, with a street address and the words "EVERYBODY REPOST THIS." Both messages were still visible on Lee's account Sunday morning. Lee has tweeted numerous times about Martin's death.
The message has been reposted all over Twitter, some with threatening messages attached:
As The Blaze previously reported, the New Black Panther Party has circulated "wanted dead or alive" posters for Zimmerman, and is offering a $10,000 reward for whomever can capture him.