Cent Mocks Terry Crews for Sexual Assault in New Instagram Post

Actor Terry Crews is interviewed on Cheddar on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Terry Crews New York USA- 10 Apr 2018

Actor Terry Crews is interviewed on Cheddar on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Terry Crews New York USA- 10 Apr 2018

50 Cent posted a pair of photos of Crews on Instagram, one showing him topless with the words "I got raped, my wife just watched" superimposed over it and another of the actor with a rose in his mouth and the words "Gym time". Terry: I froze in fear. As Deadline reported, Jackson's post included an image of Crews shirtless with the words, "I got raped. I listen to his music while I'm working out", the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star said, smiling.

Public reaction to Fiddy's comments was a little less restrained, however, with many Twitter users berating him for belittling sexual assault and being a bully. "You only have a few chances to make yourself a viable member of the community", he said. Let us know in the comments.

Terry Crews gave a powerful testimony in court yesterday (June 26), recounting his experience being groped by a Hollywood executive to the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of new laws to protect sexual assault victims.

"As I shared my story, I was told over and over that this was not abuse", Crews said. "The assault lasted only minutes, but what he was effectively telling me while he held my genitals in his hand, was that he held the power". I have seen many young black men who were provoked into violence, and they're in prison, or they were killed. Crews did not speak poorly of 50 Cent and instead took the moment to reflect on how his sexual assault story proves anyone can be a victim of such predatory behavior. "LOL", he wrote, adding, "get the strap" once again.

It's not the first time the star has gone public with his story - he originally came forward a year ago in the wake of allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

"Toxic masculinity permeates culture", said Crews. "I had to lend my voice, because it happened to me, and people were saying, 'These women are insane, ' and I said I gotta lend my voice to this".

Since then, Crews has been one of the loudest male voices supporting women's movements against sexual assault, and on Tuesday he extended his platform to advocate for The Sexual Assault Bill of Rights, a bill signed by President Barack Obama back in 2016.

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