Terry Crews is apologizing to Gabrielle Union on Twitter after receiving backlash for not defending the former America's Got Talent judge, and Union's husband ain't here for it in the least bit. 

In a series of Friday tweets, Crews apologized to the actress for saying he never witnessed any of the racism she said took place during the NBC production. The actress was fired from the talent show after one season. Crews' apology began by recalling a past conversation he had with comedian Kevin Hart.

“I told @KevinHart4real a while ago, he needed 2 'acknowledge the pain of other people.' Right now I have to do the same thing. I want to apologize for the comments I made. I realize there are a lot of Black women hurt and let down by what I said and also by what I didn’t say,” Crews wrote seemingly referencing the controversy surrounding old homophobic tweets from the entertainer.
"I hear you, I respect you and understand you. I am sorry and I am here to support you," he said. "I spoke from my own personal point of view without first taking into consideration someone else’s experience."

He then went on to seemingly address the distasteful tweets he made in response to backlash over his lack of allyship. The tweets, one of which implied he only had to please his wife and no one else, confirmed his lack of solidarity with Black women, who were his main champions after he alleged movie executive Adam Venit sexually assaulted him at a party in 2017, as Blavity previously reported

"I allowed disrespectful comments directed at me and my family to cause me to react angrily instead of responding thoughtfully," the 51-year-old said on Friday. "This certainly caused more harm, and it is my hope that I can amend any pain I have caused to those who were hurt by my words."


Crews finally directly addressed Union in another tweet saying, “I want you to know it was never my intention to invalidate your experience — but that is what I did. I apologize.”
Crew said he wanted to be “professionally neutral" as her co-worker.

Some perceived Crews' apology to be insincere, including Union’s husband and NBA legend, Dwyane Wade.


But some white folk felt the need to cape for Crews. 




They were promptly silenced.




The Black delegation had already spoken. 







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