Terry Crews tweets acronym for racist slur c**n, Internet asks him 'will that conquer White supremacy?'
A month ago, Terry Crews faced backlash on the Internet for tweeting, "We must ensure #blacklivesmatter doesn’t morph into #blacklivesbetter.” On June 30, he had tweeted, “If you are a child of God, you are my brother and sister. I have a family of every race, creed, and ideology.” Now, the 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' star is back in the controversy game with yet another tweet.
The actor recently posted a tweet that read, "Conquer our own negativity," which was soon labeled as the abbreviated version of the racial slur 'c**n'. The extremely offensive term, which is used pejoratively to refer to Black people, is originally a shortened form of the word raccoon. As the tweet went viral, Internet users blasted him with comments like, "You really tried to make 'c***' into something it ain’t" and "I think Terry Crews is a social experiment and nobody can tell me otherwise." Another twitter user, mocked his tweet by asking "WILL THAT CONQUER WHITE SUPREMACY?" and another user said "We've been doing that for years. Our negativity isn't the problem, our negative of our racist bigoted society is the problem and the negativity they project on us. Nice words though."
One of the Internet users shared his tweet saying, "Terry Crews really got on Beyoncé’s internet and made an acronym out of the word 'C**n'. The sheer c**nocity of his c**nness has c**ned to a whole new level." Meanwhile, other users said "Beyonce's Internet" will be dead after reading what Terry wrote. Soon, he started getting slammed. "Can we send Joe Rogan, Elon Musk, Kanye West, Terry Crews, etc. to some bro-island so they can all bro-out together until after the election?" one tweet read and another said, "Terry Crews is trending again. Rut Roh, did he dare tell the truth again and expose the lies of the left? Dammit.. now they're gonna start the Uncle Tom garbage again to hide their past. Good on you, Terry. Stay loud. Stay true!"
Crews also made news back on June 8, when he said that leaving White people out of the conversation regarding race could create 'Black Supremacy'. His tweet read, "Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all in this together." Crews' tweet made much noise on social media amid the movement against police brutality and violence against African-American citizens. More than 26 million people have taken part in the protest and many celebrities, including Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Beyonce, have come forward to support the BLM movement.