"Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all in this together," the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and America's Got Talent host tweeted Sunday afternoon. Crews' tweet got his name and the phrase "black supremacy" trending on Twitter. Tyler James Williams, who played Crews' son on Everybody Hates Chris, was among those calling him out, tweeting: "Terry, brother, I know your heart and you know I have love for you and always will. No one is calling 4 black supremacy & the narrative that we are hurts our cause & our people. We’re just vigorously vetting our 'allies' because time & time again they have failed us in the past. Our people are tired of white people who put on a good face a claim they 'arnt racist' while operating and benefiting from the privilege of a clearly racist system. We’re not trying to do this alone. We KNOW we can’t. But we refuse to have allies who won’t go the distance. I’m not trying to call you out @terrycrews. You know it’s all love always Red heart. But we’re rightfully angry right now and fed up with anyone not with our cause wholeheartedly. I don’t want to see that energy pointed your way or diverted from the cause." Crews responded to Williams: "I understand, Tyler. I was not saying Black supremacy exists, because it doesn't. I am saying if both Black and Whites don't continue to work together-- bad attitudes and resentments can create a dangerous self-righteousness. That's all." To which Williams responded: "I get that but look at how quickly he took what you said and used it to support a counter narrative. My concern isn’t your message to black people but to everyone else. We know how hard this is going to be. We can’t NOT. But this only makes it harder. @terrycrews. Your platform is huge man. You out here getting it and I LOVE to see it. I will always be a fan of you winning. But with all of that growth and diversity comes a huge amount of responsibility to remember that every word we say can be used to help the movement or hurt it." Crews later tweeted to everybody following the backlash: "Any Black person who calls me a coon or and Uncle Tom for promoting EQUALITY is a Black Supremist, because they have determined who's Black and who is not."