50 Cent Bullied The Wrong Man, Terry Crews Exposed Him: Terry is NOT EASY TO PLAY

50 Cent Bullied The Wrong Man, Terry Crews Exposed Him: Terry is NOT EASY TO PLAY
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50 Cent Bullied The Wrong Man, Terry Crews Exposed Him: Terry is NOT EASY TO PLAY | HO

Terry Crews is widely known for his impressive physique, but when 50 Cent called him out for not being a real man, it sparked a heated debate online. The controversy arose after Terry publicly shared his experience with s3xual ass@ult and voiced his support for the #MeToo movement. Despite Terry’s bravery, 50 Cent mocked him for not fighting back, revealing a deeper issue around masculinity and what it means to be a real man.

In this video, Terry opens up about his personal journey, discussing the role that his father played in shaping his views on masculinity and the importance of standing up for oneself. Through his story, Terry offers a unique perspective on what it truly means to be a real man and the courage it takes to speak out against injustice.

50 Cent mocks Terry Crews over sexual assault claims

Terry Crews faced public mockery and criticism, notably from 50 Cent, for his reaction to a s3xual ass@ult incident at a Hollywood party. Despite being a physically imposing figure, Crews did not retaliate against his assailant, prompting questions about his masculinity and why he didn’t defend himself.

However, delving into Crews’ background reveals a complex journey of personal growth and introspection. Growing up in a household marked by domestic violence, Crews witnessed his father’s abusive behavior towards his mother. Determined not to replicate his father’s actions, Crews strived to embody a different form of masculinity, one rooted in strength and empathy rather than violence.

Yet, despite his physical prowess and success as an NFL linebacker, Crews grappled with personal demons. He harbored a secret that eventually led to the dissolution of his marriage and the alienation of his family. Only after hitting rock bottom did Crews confront his issues and seek help, undergoing therapy and counseling to address his shortcomings and rebuild his relationships.

The s3xual ass@ult incident served as a pivotal moment for Crews, forcing him to choose between reverting to his past patterns of aggression or demonstrating true growth and resilience. Despite the urge to respond violently, Crews exercised restraint, recognizing the potential consequences of his actions and the importance of setting a positive example, particularly as a Black man in America.

His decision to speak out about his experience, both as a survivor of s3xual ass@ult and an advocate for mental health awareness, demonstrated courage and vulnerability. By sharing his story, Crews challenged traditional notions of masculinity, emphasizing that true strength lies in vulnerability, empathy, and the willingness to seek help when needed.

In contrast, 50 Cent’s public persona, characterized by bravado and aggression, belies his own struggles with fatherhood and personal relationships. Despite his success in the music industry, 50 Cent has been estranged from his eldest son for years, highlighting the disconnect between his public image and his private life.

Ultimately, Crews’ response to adversity exemplifies a different kind of manhood—one defined by integrity, self-awareness, and emotional resilience. Rather than succumbing to societal expectations of masculinity, Crews embraced vulnerability as a source of strength, challenging stereotypes and inspiring others to redefine what it means to be a man.

Fans savage 50 Cent for Instagram posts laughing at Terry Crews for telling a Senate hearing that he was ‘s3xually ass@ulted’ by a top Hollywood talent agent in front of his wife

Just hours before Terry Crews testified about his alleged s3xual ass@ult, rapper 50 Cent took to Instagram to mock the actor’s testimony.

In the Tuesday post, the 49-year-old actor is seen shirtless with the caption ‘I got raped, my wife just watched.’

Below he included another picture of Crews with a rose in his mouth that also says ‘gym time.’

‘LOL,What the f*** is going on out here man?’ said 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis James Jackson III. ‘Terry: l froze in fear, they would have had to take me to jail. Get the strap.’

Fans savaged 50 Cent for the posts and he took them down after a huge backlash. But Crews took the high road in his response.

He told TMZ on Tuesday: ‘Well, I love 50 Cent. I listen to his music while I’m working out.

‘[…] I’ve proved that size doesn’t matter when it comes to s3xual ass@ult.’

Hours before Terry Crews testified about his alleged sexual assault on Tuesday, rapper 50 Cent took to Instagram to mock the actor's testimony. He posted pictures of Crews and claimed that he would have 'got the strap' had someone sexually assaulted him

Hours before Terry Crews testified about his alleged s3xual ass@ult on Tuesday, rapper 50 Cent took to Instagram to mock the actor’s testimony. He posted pictures of Crews and claimed that he would have ‘got the strap’ had someone s3xually ass@ulted him

His post was liked by Russell Simmons, who even shared a laughing emoji. Simmons has been accused of sexual assault during the #MeToo movement 

His post was liked by Russell Simmons, who even shared a laughing emoji

The post garnered more than 123,300 likes and even a laughing emoji from Russell Simmons, who had his own slew of s3xual ass@ult allegations. Simmons had taken to his Instagram, back in May, sharing a post claiming to support the MeToo movement.

The disgust with 50 Cent and Simmon’s hypocrisy made their way to Twitter where people shared screengrabs of the post and the comment.

‘Yo @50cent out here trying to test and questioning @terrycrews manhood like @terrycrews wouldn’t wash this f*****g cornball,’ said a user.

‘Yo @50cent out here trying to test and questioning @terrycrews manhood like @terrycrews wouldn’t wash this f*****g cornball,’ said a user joining in on the chorus of those condemning the post

 

Actress Kelechi Okafor added: ‘Toxic masculinity is what is doing @50cent instead of showing support to @terrycrews he is mocking him. Childish’

Actress Kelechi Okafor added: ‘Toxic masculinity is what is doing @50cent instead of showing support to @terrycrews he is mocking him. Childish.’

Many took issue with Simmons’ comment, with one user who asserted: ‘S**t like this is the reason men don’t come forward as victims of s3xual ass@ult often. 50 Cent is publicly mocking Terry Crews, allowing Russell Simmons (friends with Crews’ abuser who tried to get him to drop the charges) to openly laugh at him.’

‘I’m not surprised at Curtis Jacksons trash a*s but Russell commenting is a disappointment,’ added Destiny Bleu.

Fans savaged 50 Cent for the posts and he eventually took them down, although he has not apologized for his jokes

Many took issue with Simmons’ comment, with one user who asserted: ‘S**t like this is the reason men don’t come forward as victims of s3xual ass@ult often. 50 Cent is publicly mocking Terry Crews, allowing Russell Simmons (friends with Crews’ abuser who tried to get him to drop the charges) to openly laugh at him’

'I'm not surprised at Curtis Jacksons trash ass but Russell commenting is a disappointment,' added Destiny Bleu
‘I’m not surprised at Curtis Jacksons trash ass but Russell commenting is a disappointment,’ added Destiny Bleu

Soon after the first wave of comments, 50 Cent posted another image where he appeared to be unbothered by the criticism.

In the post he features Crews again, this time in a still from Friday After Next when Katt William’s character uses a wrench to grab Crew’s genitalia.

‘LOL GET THE F**K OUTTA HERE, you not doing this to me. LOL get the strap #power,’ he said in the post, with reference to his show Power.

The reference to Power irritated even more on social media, who felt the comments from the rapper were just a publicity stunt.

50 Cent continued his mockery by posting a still from Crew's film Friday After Next depicting the moment when his genitals are grabbed with a wrench. 'LOL GET THE F**K OUTTA HERE, you not doing this to me,' he wrote in the caption, adding a hashtag to promote his show Power
Soon after the first wave of comments, 50 Cent posted another image where he appeared to be unbothered by the criticism

 

‘I know Power comes back in a couple days @50cent but to use Terry Crews’ situation to troll is very distasteful,’ said one user

Another added: 'Curtis is one of the executive producers for Power, the same show Omari stars in. Omari has also been vocally supportive of Terry Crews as he speaks up about his assault. now¿s a good time to be an ally and a friend @OmariHardwick. Curtis deserves to be fired'
Another added: ‘Curtis is one of the executive producers for Power, the same show Omari stars in. Omari has also been vocally supportive of Terry Crews as he speaks up about his ass@ult. now’s a good time to be an ally and a friend @OmariHardwick. Curtis deserves to be fired’

50 Cent posted the video of Crews speaking with TMZ on his Instagram, sharing that he likes the actor but couldn't 'wrap his head around' Crews' allegations 
50 Cent posted the video of Crews speaking with TMZ on his Instagram, sharing that he likes the actor but couldn’t understand the sentiment

‘I know Power comes back in a couple days @50cent but to use Terry Crews’ situation to troll is very distasteful,’ said one user.

Another added: ‘Curtis is one of the executive producers for Power, the same show Omari stars in. Omari has also been vocally supportive of Terry Crews as he speaks up about his ass@ult. now’s a good time to be an ally and a friend @OmariHardwick. Curtis deserves to be fired.’

50 Cent also posted the video of Crews speaking with TMZ on his Instagram, sharing that he likes the actor as well.

‘l just can’t wrap my head around all this. get the strap,’ he added.

At the time of the posts, Crews  had just spoke out about his alleged s3xual ass@ult at the hands of a Hollywood agent in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.

In emotional testimony, the actor revealed that he felt a need to control everything after spending his childhood watching as his father abused his mother, saying that despite his best efforts he adopted a similar belief that women were below men.

‘Then, in 2016 while at a party with my wife, I was s3xually ass@ulted by a successful Hollywood agent,’ stated Crews.

‘The ass@ult lasted only minutes, but what he was effectively telling me while he held my genitals in his hand was that he held the power. That he was in control.’

Crews then explained that since sharing that story he has been vilified by some, and told by one producer on Expendables 4 to drop his lawsuit against William Morris Endeavor agent Adam Venit,

Crews responded by dropping out of the film. 

Serious: In June, Crews spoke out about his alleged sexual assault by William Morris Endeavor agent Adam Venit, in an emotional testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill (pictured) 
Standing strong: Terry Crews spoke about the night he was allegedly ass@ulted by WME agent Adam Venit in testimony on Capitol Hill (Crews above on Tuesday)

Crews had previously posted a tweet in February about the film.

‘Management got a call last week from Avi Lerner producer of EXPENDABLES 4 saying I could avoid any ‘problems’ on the sequel if I dropped my case against WME,’ wrote Crews.

‘Guess who’s Sly’s agent? ADAM VENIT.’

The actor opened his remarks by speaking about his childhood.

‘As a child I watched as my father violently abused my mother, using his power and authority to dominate her. All I could think was how I wanted to protect her. How, if I get strong, I can protect her from this living nightmare,’ stated Crews.

‘As I grew up, this thought transformed the type of man I became. I swore I would never be like my father and yet I believed, to my core, that as a man, I was more valuable in this world.’

He continued: ‘As a protector and symbol of strength, I was more worthy. That women were beneath me.’

Then the ass@ult occurred, and everything changed for Crews – but not those around him as he told the committee.

‘As I shared my story, I was told over and over that this was not abuse. This was just a joke. This was just horseplay,’ said Crews.

Crews (pictured with his wife Rebecca King-Crews) said his view of women was that they were inferior to men prior to his assault
Guiding light: Crews said his view of women was that they were inferior to men prior to his ass@ult

‘But I can say one man’s horseplay is another man’s humiliation. And I chose to tell my story and share my experience to stand in solidarity with millions of other survivors around the world. That I know how hard it is to come forward, I know the shame associated with the ass@ult. It happened to me.’

He then recounted the aftermath of his ass@ult while supporting the passage of the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights.

‘I’m not a small or insecure man, but in that moment, and in this time following, I’ve never felt more emasculated,’ stated Crews.

‘As I watched women and colleagues in my industry come forward to share their #MeToo stories, this shame washed over me again and I knew I needed to act. I am honored to use my platform and story to help create additional civil rights protections for survivors across the nation.’

Crews also introduced himself as ‘an actor, author, former athlete, advocate, and a survivor of a s3xual ass@ult.’

He closed out his prepared statement by acknowledging the group he was with and its founder, who was recently nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize.

‘This is why I sit here today with Amanda Nguyen and the Rise team. Every man, woman and child deserves to be seen as equal under the law,’ said Crews.

‘The Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights does just that by recognizing survivors’ basic civil rights. While we can call attention to a culture of toxic masculinity and the need to disrupt power dynamics, this bill creates long-term change and gives power and control back to survivors.’

He then added: ‘All survivors must be protected and this bill must be enacted in all fifty states. Thank you.’

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