Terry Crews is once again under scrutiny for the comments he made during the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement.
The host of “America’s Got Talent”, 51, shared a tweet on Tuesday saying that the value of black lives should not be placed higher than other races as the movement continues.
“If you are a child of God, you are my brother and sister. I have a family of every race, creed and ideology, “Crews he wrote. “We need to make sure that #blacklivesmatter doesn’t turn into #blacklivesbetter.”
However, these remarks did not exactly agree with many supporters who immediately expressed their disappointment with the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
“We are so far from that bridge, Terry”, the daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. Bernice King tweeted in response. “#BlackLivesMatter is, in part, a protest cry and a protest slogan to galvanize people in doing the justice work necessary to derail the deaths, dehumanization and destruction of black lives caused by racism. Justice is not a competition. “
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“This is not intellectual and irresponsible” She said animator and activist Amanda Seales. “You are becoming an enemy of the people. Ignorance will be your downfall. “
Holly Robinson Peete also shared his displeasure in Crews’ post, answer: “Terry we are trying to” import “and get to” equal “and you are worried about the best ??”
Amidst the backlash assault, some echoed Crews’ sentiment and applauded the actor “White Chicks” for his willingness to express his opinion.
“You are a good man, Terry Crews. You are a man of carefully measured words, even in the face of scornful and angry voices ” He answered a Twitter user. “Moderation is too often regarded as treacherous, when in fact you are trying to get people to see clearly through their righteous anger.”
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Crews, who has been openly voiced about his concerns about the movement that is creating “black supremacy”, has yet to publicly respond to the latest recoil.
He defended his initial remarks earlier this month, tweeting at the time: “Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all together in this.” This ignited an appeal from which he did not avoid.
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“I wasn’t saying that black supremacy exists, because it isn’t. I’m saying that both whites and whites don’t continue to work together – bad attitudes and resentments can create dangerous self-justice. That’s all,” said Crews. .