His tweet comes while people are protesting police brutality and racial discrimination, while demanding justice for George Floyd, a Black man who died on Memorial after Derek Chauvin, a Minneapolis police officer, held his knee on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes.
“Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy,” tweeted Crews.
Others recalled the last time Crews was slammed online, which happened after Gabrielle Union was dropped from “America’s Got Talent” last year as a judge.
Crews didn’t back Union’s claims — which she did not make herself, as they came from unidentified source in the Variety magazine article that first reported the allegations — when he was asked about them during an interview and was slammed on Black Twitter as a result, especially since Union supported Crews when he accused former Hollywood talent agent Adam Venit of groping him at an industry event.
This seals the deal,” one person wrote to Crews after his Black supremacy tweet.