Hollywood actor Terry Crews recently apologized for his tweets about Black Lives Matter from back in 2020. The “Everybody Hates Chris” actor appeared on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah to speak about a few things. He took time out of his appearance to directly apologize for his tweets about BLM that were posted around the time of George Floyd’s death. Crews wanted to reach out to those who were negatively affected by his comments back then. This is sort of a confusing stance to take since doubled and triple down on his statements back in 2020. Crews made sure he was not offending anyone back then with his words, stating that his tweets came from a place of love and wanting the best for black people. Nevertheless, the pressure of Hollywood may have become too much for Crews and his family to bear, so he folded up like a cheap suit falling off the rack in JCPenney.
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