Terry Crews: I Don't Remorse My 'Black Supremacy' Tweet


Terry Crews headed to The Speak to debate his controversial Black supremacy tweet — and he says that he doesn’t remorse it one bit.

“I am unable to actually remorse it, as a result of I really need the dialogue to return out,” he mentioned. “Possibly there’s one other time period that is perhaps higher — we’re ‘separatist’ or ‘elitist’ — however the factor is, I’ve skilled supremacy even rising up. I’ve had Black individuals inform me that the white man is the satan. I’ve skilled complete organizations which have seen themselves due to the struggling of Black individuals, they’ve determined that now, we aren’t equal, we’re higher. And I believe that is a mistake.”

He additionally mentioned, “In Black America, we have now gatekeepers. We now have individuals who have determined — who’s going to be Black and who’s not. And I merely — as a result of I’ve a mixed-race spouse [Rebecca King] — have been discounted from the dialog, numerous occasions, by very, very militant actions, Black energy actions. I have been referred to as every kind of issues — like an Uncle Tom — just because I am profitable, just because I’ve labored my means out of Flint, Michigan.”

Is he proper?