Crews—no stranger to Twitter storms—has come out in support of Pratt, who has been lambasted over speculation about his political beliefs.
The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" actor posted a controversial tweet on Tuesday that read: "Conquer our own negativity,"
Crews hit back to say he "never endorsed" Chance and that a "broken clock is right twice a day."
"Black people wanting to work with other races are being viewed as sellouts, they're being called Uncle Toms, you start to understand you're actually being controlled," Crews said on CNN.
"Are all white people bad? No. Are all black people good? No," the 51-year-old actor wrote Saturday, stating he stands with good people either way.
"If you are a child of God, you are my brother and sister."
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has reportedly scrapped a number of episodes in the wake of the recent global police brutality protests—and it is not the first time a cast member has had to discuss this decision.
"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," he tweeted.
Terry Crews opens up about what he loves about his "Deadpool 2" character, joining the cast of a comic book movie and the rise of heroes of color.
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Terry Crews describes his experience with talent agent Adam Venit, who allegedly sexually assaulted Crews.
"I understand why many women who this happens to let it go," says the 'Brooklyn Nine Nine' actor.