Terry Crews spoke about his experience at America’s Got Talent in comparison to what Gabrielle Union says she went through. He’s now under fire because Gabrielle Union was one his biggest vocal supporters in his sexual assault.
During an interview on the Today Show, Terry Crews was asked about the Gabrielle Union controversy at America’s Got Talent.
Variety published a report where Gabrielle Union stated that the network wasn’t picking her contract back up after they’ve made an insensitive black joke, and also stated that her hairstyles were too black for the show.
In the interview Terry Crews stated that he had no problems of racism at the show, and it just wasn’t his experience.
He said he can speak on the racism because he’s a black man.
“First of all, I can’t speak for sexism because I’m not a woman, but I can speak on behalf of any racism comments. That was never my experience on ‘America’s Got Talent.’”
“In fact, it was the most diverse place I have ever been in my 20 years of entertainment.”
People brought up that Gabrielle Union very much supported Terry Crews and stood by him when he accused a Hollywood executive of sexual assault.
While many people called him a liar during his allegations, Gabrielle Union stood up for him:
During the time Gabrielle Union accused the environment of making racist jokes and also saying her hair was too black, he left this comment that people called weak, saying he stood with the network:
Here are the reactions to Terry Crews saying that wasn’t his experience when Gabrielle Union spoke on the racism:
Gabrielle took to Twitter and apparently she’s about to drop tea, since people are speaking on the situation:
Update: Grabrielle Union herself took to Twitter and shaded Terry Crews who said he could speak on the racism she said he experienced on America’s Got Talent situation because he’s a black man, and said he didn’t experience any racism on the show in his 20 years there, while also praising his co-workers.