The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star defended his criticism of the Black Lives Matter movement during an appearance Monday night on CNN. "This is the thing, Don, Black people need to hold other Black people accountable," Crews said, calling the movement Black America's #MeToo. "If anything is going to change, we, ourselves, have to look at our own community and look at each other and say, 'This thing cannot go down.'" But Lemon pointed out that Black Lives Matter was a movement against police brutality. "That’s not what Black Lives Matter is about," said Lemon. "It’s not an all-encompassing. If someone started a movement that said ‘cancer matters,’ and then someone came and said, ‘Why aren’t you talking about HIV?’ It’s not the same thing, we’re talking about cancer."