On Tuesday’s episode of The View, the panel asked guest 50 Cent about his recent Instagram post mocking Terry Crews’s reaction to being sexually assaulted. While claiming that he would “never make fun of any sexual assault victim,” 50 effectively doubled down on his post to the panel’s softball chorus of yeahs and uh…
This week, actor Terry Crews went before the Senate and the whole world to empathize with women, speak out against toxic masculinity, and share his story of being sexually assaulted at a party. He was mocked mercilessly.
50 Cent attacks people on social media so often, you’d swear he was an unemployed 25-year-old living in his mother’s basement. So antagonistic is he that “50 Cent Mocks...” is practically an online headline subgenre. He mocked an autistic teen. He mocked Kanye West for getting lipo. He’s mocked Rick Ross dozens of…
On Tuesday, Terry Crews testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, retelling the story of his 2017 sexual assault, and offering some thoughts on how toxic masculinity plays a role in discrediting sexual assault survivors who come forward.
On Wednesday, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed reports that the Los Angeles County city attorney declined to prosecute Terry Crews’ criminal complaint against his former agent, Adam Venit, who works at William Morris Endeavor.
Actor Terry Crews, who’s suing Hollywood agent Adam Venit for allegedly groping his genitals in 2016, tweeted this yesterday:
Many in Hollywood continue to come forward with harsh words for Harvey Weinstein, as well as hopeful hypotheses that these revelations (allegations all, but damning in their volume and content), will encourage other victims of sexual assault by powerful predators to share their stories.
In today's Tweet Beat, Patrick Stewart knows how to woo the laydays, Chris Evans is living his dream and Terry Crews is the greatest.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jaden Smith is a fan, Big Bird joins Twitter and Terry Crews is a prince.
While you probably know Terry Crews from Brooklyn 99, Everybody Hates Chris or his time playing in the NFL, you might be less familiar with his work as one of the most progressive and thoughtful voices in gender criticism. The actor—who just published the book Manhood: How to Be A Better Man - Or Just Live With One…
Jimmy Fallon and Terry Crews performed a shirtless duet of the Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder song "Ebony and Ivory" on Monday's Tonight Show.