Terry Crews Apologizes To Black Men After Claiming They Didn’t Support His Assault Claims


When Terry Crews got here out and shared his story about getting sexually assaulted by Adam Venit, he mentioned in an interview that he was shocked by how his Black neighborhood was divided with largely ladies on his aspect to assist him, whereas males have been in opposition to him. 

"Black males didn't need any a part of it," he said at the time. "All my assist got here from Black ladies. Straight up... Lots of guys have been identical to, 'Man, you weak. You sorry. You ought to have hit him. You ought to've knocked him out. You ought to have did all these items.' Black ladies have been like, 'No, no, it would not work like that.' I used to be shocked on the cut up inside my very own neighborhood."

Terry Crews Apologizes To Black Men After Claiming They Didn't Support His Assault Claims
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Terry has now adopted up with an announcement, tweeting an apology to the Black males he shunned when claiming their lack of assist in the direction of him.

"I’d prefer to additionally apologize to the black males that have been damage by my feedback concerning an absence of assist concerning my sexual assault, he wrote. "Truth is, if it had not occurred to me, I might have been suspicious and uncertain too."

Adam has since apologized for inappropriately grabbing Terry's genitals. "I do know that you simply did not ask for any of this ... I take accountability for us being right here now, collectively on this state of affairs. I'm sorry for all of it," Adam wrote in a letter, expressing hope to work collectively sooner or later. "I even hope that sometime we are able to come collectively and go ahead with compassion and understanding and be an incredible drive for positivity and alter in our tradition."