A Twitter post from “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor and “America’s Got Talent” host Terry Crews, which was seemingly meant to inspire, wasn’t quite well-received by the internet users who called him out for using the phrase “Black Supremacy.”

It was all because Crews wasn’t mindful of what he was writing and the tweet ended up rubbing people the wrong way. “Defeating White supremacy without White people creates Black supremacy. Equality is the truth. Like it or not, we are all in this together,” the 51-year-old actor wrote.

The post was met with criticism as his name quickly rose to the trending list on Twitter. Many critics slammed him, saying he was hurting the sole purpose of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

"Black supremacy?" actor Orlando Jones tweeted in response. "We represent 13% of US population, hold no institutional power & gaslight our coworkers. We got 99 problems and your math isn't the only 1. #StrongerTogether."

The controversial post elicited the harshest word from actress Jodie Turner-Smith who insisted Crews “looked like a clown” in saying so. “Did you get the nose? Did you get the horn? Is your car any smaller?” she wrote, addressing Crews.

Writer-Director Darryl Wharton-Rigby said the post makes no sense, especially when the “Black Lives Matter” movement reached another milestone with Senator Mitt Romney marching with the protestors to showcase his solidarity.

Author Frederick Joseph also joined the critics on Twitter saying, "Every time I think Terry Crews has done the worst, he always does more."

"Terry Crews is bizarrely talking about Black Supremacy, something that doesn’t exist, whilst Mitt Romney protests against racism. Today is giving me a massive headache," one user wrote.

Crews has been an active voice on social media decrying the death of George Floyd, the unarmed African-American man, allegedly at the hands of law enforcement on May 25 in Minneapolis. He also has been among the members of the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" cast to donate money to bail funds for protesters, Insider reported.

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Terry Crews attends the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards on Nov. 9, 2017, in Beverly Hills, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images