Chicago Producer Young Chop Blacks Out Profile In Honor Of Trayvon Martin

Young Chop is lending his support to Trayvon Martin after blacking out his AVI on his Twitter account.

The “I Don’t Like” producer’s profile picture features a shadowy hoody to represent the attire Martin wore on the day of his death.

Supporters allege Martin, who was out picking up snacks for the All-Star basketball game, was being profiled on that rainy Feb. 26 night.

Martin, 17, was deemed suspicious by George Zimmerman who was acting as neighborhood watch.

With the defense’s closing arguments being made Friday, a verdict is imminent.

Supporters throughout social media are blacking out their AVIs in honor of the slain college bound teen.

Social media saw a similar action after many proponents of same-sex marriage changed their profile pictures to the red Human Rights campaign logo.

Zimmerman is on trial for a second-degree murder charge and could be sentenced to a minimum of 25 years without parole and a maximum of life in prison.

Judge Debra Nelson accepted the prosecution’s request of the lesser charge manslaughter, which could give Zimmerman up to a 30-year prison sentence.

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