Terry Crews says white people must ‘defeat white supremacy’ otherwise ‘black supremacy’ could be the result




Actor Terry Crews reacts to backlash after his ‘black supremacy’ tweet goes viral. The Black Lives Matter movement has gotten strong with different protests after the killing of George Floyd, who was murdered after a white police officer “Derek Chauvin” was seen kneeling on his neck for eight minutes. Terry Crews claimed that white people must be involved with ‘defeating white supremacy’ otherwise ‘black supremacy’ could be the result.

After Terry Crews was called a ‘clown’ by actress and model Jodie Turner-Smith, Terry has returned back to Twitter after the word ‘black supremacy’ began trending on the platform, to address his statement, Terry Crews insists that it came from a place of ‘love and reconciliation’.

Terry wrote:

‘Please know that everything I’ve said comes from a spirit of love and reconciliation, for the Black community first, then the world as a whole, in hopes to see a better future for Black people.’ Advertisement In another message, he added: ‘I believe it is important we not suffer from groupthink, and we keep minds of our own, and be allowed to ask difficult questions to each other. ‘I believe this dialogue is important as we get through this trauma together. I love you.’ Please know that everything I’ve said comes from a spirit of love and reconciliation, for the Black community first, then the world as a whole, in hopes to see a better future for Black people.— terry crews (@terrycrews) June 8, 2020

Terry landed in hot soup after he shared this online:

‘Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all in this together. ‘Any Black person who calls me a c**n or and Uncle Tom for promoting EQUALITY is a Black Supremacist, because they have determined who’s Black and who is not.’

He added:

‘Any Black person who calls me a c**n or and Uncle Tom for promoting EQUALITY is a Black Supremist, because they have determined who’s Black and who is not.’ Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth.Like it or not, we are all in this together.— terry crews (@terrycrews) June 7, 2020

Terry was slammed on twitter by different users for making a statement like this. Actor Orlando Jones tweeted in response to Terry:

‘Black supremacy? We represent 13% of US population, hold no institutional power & gaslight our coworkers. We got 99 problems and your math isn’t the only 1. #StrongerTogether.’

Queen & Slim star Jodie wrote alongside a clown:

‘Did you get the nose? Did you get the horn? Is your car any smaller?’

She went on:

‘Proof that when you don’t have something constructive to add to the conversation, you really should just…’ and added a picture of a man with ‘shut the f**k up’ written on his fingers holding a finger to his lips. Actor Tyler James Williams, who starred opposite Terry Crews in the comedy Everybody Hates Chris, quote-tweeted him saying that black people ‘refuse to have allies who won’t go the distance’.

He added:

‘I’m not trying to call you out @terrycrews. You know it’s all love always… But we’re rightfully angry right now and fed up with anyone not with our cause wholeheartedly. ‘I don’t want to see that energy pointed your way or diverted from the cause.’ Advertisement Advertisement Terry replied: ‘I understand, Tyler. I was not saying Black supremacy exists, because it doesn’t.

Black Lives Matter. #blacklivesmatter✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿