Angry activists lashed out at A-list actor and comedian Terry Crews for tweeting about black supremacy. The actor stands behind the term on The Talk.
Terry Crews received backlash and was targeted by cancel culture after a Tweet that condemned the violence displayed by some protesters in the Black Lives Matter movement.
On June 8th Terry Crews received a plethora of hate from Black Lives Matter activists, and liberal media alike, for tweeting, “defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all in this together.”
People voiced there disdain for Crews’s comments and some even wanted him kicked — or rather cancelled — from his role as Sergeant Terry Jeffords in the hit television comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
The Washington Post previously published a piece on how all cop related television shows and movie should be cancelled except for Brooklyn Nine-Nine because of its ‘progressiveness’ — however — that may not be the case any more as American liberals are now furious with Terry Crews, especially after he doubled down — more recently tripled down — on his ‘black supremacy’ comment.
Terry Crews appeared on CBS’s The Talk to address the backlash he received from his ‘black supremacy’ Tweet.
“We have gate keepers,” Crews explained to The Talk hosts. “We have people who have decided who is going to be black and who is not.”
The 51-year-old Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor revealed that he’s felt more racism from the black community than he’s ever from white people.
“I, simply because I have a mixed race wife, have been discounted from the conversation by very, very militant movements like the black power movement. I’ve been called an ‘Uncle Tom’ simply because I’m successful and because I worked my way out of Flint, Michigan,” Terry Crews added.
Uncle Tom is a derogatory term term used to discredit the ethnic identity of black people but more commonly today means ‘race traitor’.
“When you’re white you can be a republican, libertarian, or democrat… you can be anything. But if you’re black you can only be one thing. Even Joe Biden said ‘if you don’t vote for me you ain’t even black’.”
Most of the hosts, including Sharon Osbourne and Eve, nodded their in agreement to Terry Crews comments but, despite spending 3 minutes explaining why said ‘black supremacy’, Sheryl Underwood asked if he regretted using the term and if he’d like to apologise to the black community.
Even after thoroughly explaining why he Tweeted about black supremacy on The Talk Terry Crews still received hate from the militant black activists and far-left leaning Americans, and this time tripled down with a Tweet quoting Martin Luther king.
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