Terry Crews was slammed on social media Sunday after sharing a controversial tweet about “Black supremacy.”

Crews posted:

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Amber Riley and Tyler James Williams were among those responding to the “America’s Got Talent” host, with Riley calling the post “counterproductive and unnecessary.”

Jodie Turner-Smith added:

See more of the response, including replies from Crews, below.

Crews has since shared:

He then appeared on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”, telling the host of his post: “One of the big things that I tweeted was the fact that I felt, you know, defeating white supremacy without the help of white people could create a black supremacy. Now, the term ‘black supremacy’ was just destroyed.”

“What I was trying to say is that I, as a member of the black community, there have been so-called ‘gatekeepers’ who decide who’s black and who’s not,” Crews shared. “And in this effort to really push equality and to end white supremacy and systematic racism, there are certain black people who have determined that what I’m doing has no bearing. I have been rendered moot because I am successful. And my point is just the fact that we need all of us.”

The star’s latest tweet comes after he apologized to Gabrielle Union last week. He’d previously issued an apology in January after saying he hadn’t experienced any form of racism on the “AGT” set, despite her allegations.

ET Canada has contacted Crews’s rep for comment.