Crews was quick to apologize (again) to the actress for the things that have come out of his mouth.
Blink twice if you need us to save you, Terry.
The "Brooklyn-Nine-Nine" star came under fire for a tone-deaf tweet he posted, urging against Black supremacy.
“There is only one woman one earth I have to please. Her name is Rebecca," tweeted Crews.
“Why anyone would gleefully get up on TV and tell lies that NO ONE disputed... But we already know,” she tweeted.
“You can’t keep secrets in a relationship,” he admits.
The actor sparked controversy over the weekend, but this isn't the first time he's come under fire for LGBTQ comments.
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During an event for his upcoming late-night show, "The D. L. Hughley Show," the comedian also addressed his recent conflict with Terry Crews.
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"You are an example of when comedy turns to sarcasm and cynicism," Crews added.
While some Black men met Crews’ story with ridicule and judgment, the actor said Black women responded with the respect and support it deserved.
“He feels like he’s being attacked,” Crews said. “But the truth is, he’s not.”