Terry Crews Apologized To Gabrielle Union For “Invalidating” Her

February 1, 2020 / Posted by:

America’s Got Talent host Terry Crews recently made himself look like a heartless, corporate-toadying jackass after denying former America’s Got Talent judge Gabrielle Union’s claims that she was fired from the show after making complaints about racism and sexism. Terry then doubled down on his jackassery after responding to Gabrielle and other people’s criticism of that dick move by oddly comparing his wife Rebecca King-Crews to a can of Red Bull and basically telling every other woman on the earth that they’re on their own. Well, Terry has now done a 180 on social media. Women of the world, Terry Crews is once again your champion.

In a series of tweets (via People), Terry Crews apologized to Gabrielle Union for “invalidating” her experience and said he acted out of anger at the criticism he received and that he’s there for her. It reads like the women in Terry’s life must have gone upside his head with some common sense.

He also brought Kevin Hart into it which was smart cuz’ Kevin Hart is way more annoying than Terry Crews and a much better focus for our irritation.

Terry really laid it on thick. He must have recalled back when he accused a male showbiz exec of sexually assaulting him and got a truckload of toxic masculinity dumped on him for talking openly about it and handling it with dignity. Gabrielle had HIS back during it so what was this hogs and eggs nonsense, Crews?

He even signed his apology so you know that he really pressed send and not some well-meaning staff member!

Gabrielle hasn’t tweeted a response as of yet but the Twitter response is along the lines of “too little, too late” despite Terry’s textbook-perfect apology. Seriously, it does sound like he ran that by several authors of several “how-to unfuck your rep after a pr gaffe” textbooks.

Pic: Instagram

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