Terry Crews (Terry Crews) in the ongoing “black life” movement made comments again under review.
The 51-year-old host of the American Talent Show said in a tweet on Tuesday that as the movement continues, the value of black life should not be higher than that of other races.
“If you are a child of God, then you are my siblings. I have families of all races, beliefs and ideologies,” Cruise write. “We must make sure that #blacklivesmatter does not become #blacklivesbetter.”
However, these remarks did not completely coincide with many supporters, who immediately expressed disappointment with the “Brooklyn Nine Nine”
“We are too far from that bridge, Terry,” Martin Luther King Jr.’s daughter Bernice King tweeted as a response. “#BlackLivesMatter is to some extent a rally cry and a protest slogan to inspire people to carry out the necessary judicial work to eliminate the death, dehumanization and destruction of black lives caused by racism. Justice is not competition.”
Terry Crews criticizes tweets for “black hegemony”
“This is unwise and irresponsible,” Said funnywoman and activist Amanda Seales. “You are developing into an enemy of the people. Ignorance will be your failure.”
Holly Robinson Peete also shared her dissatisfaction in Crews’ post, Respond: “Terry, we try to’do’ and achieve’equality’, and you are worried that it will be better?”
Under the impact of strong opposition, some people echoed Cruz’s emotions and expressed appreciation for the expression of the “white chick” actor.
“You are a good person, Terry Cruz. Even in the face of disdain and angry voice, you are also a careful person,” Reply A Twitter user. “Now people often think of temperance as a traitor, but in fact, you are trying to get people to see this clearly through righteous anger.”
TERRY CREWS’s wife, REBECCA, underwent double mastectomy two weeks after her breast cancer diagnosis
Cruise bluntly expressed his concerns about causing the “black supremacy” movement, but he has not yet publicly responded to the latest rally.
He defended his initial speech early this month when he wrote on Twitter: “Equality is the truth. Whether we like it or not, we are all together.” This inspired the right of recourse that he did not avoid.
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Cruz said: “I’m not saying that blacks are supreme because it doesn’t exist. I mean whether blacks and whites can’t continue to cooperate-bad attitudes and resentment can cause dangerous self-righteousness.”