In the wake of George Floyd's murder, actor Terry Crews says that he is searching within himself to find out what he can do to be a better human being. He wrote via Twitter, "The murder of George Floyd has forced me to search my heart to find out what more I can do, as a human being, as a citizen, and more specifically as a Black man, to ensure our community can not only survive but thrive in this new world."

He continued, "Whites have always had privilege in a society that has systemic racism built in, a fact that has been proven over and over again with the senseless deaths of unarmed Black men and women— with no one being held accountable."

Crews then added that he'd like to made amends with Gabrielle Union, writing, "It is in this light I want to make further amends with Black women, and in particular @itsgabrielleu for not recognizing the privilege I have – especially in the workplace- and adding this fact to my earlier apology.."