Ever since Terry Crews accused WME agent Adam Venit of sexually assaulting him, the actor has been bombarded with questions on what he could have and should have done, and why he didn't take the same actions others say they would in that position.
Now, after testifying for the Senate Judiciary Committee to support the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights, Crews is once again being ridiculed by many, including 50 Cent.
In his latest tweet, Crews breaks down all the questions people have been asking him, and gives the corresponding, fatigued answers: "Why didn’t you say something? I did. Why didn’t you push him off? I did. Why didn’t you cuss him out? I did. Why didn’t you tell the police? I did. Why didn’t you press charges? I did. Why did you just let it happen? I didn’t. Why didn’t you beat him up? (Sigh)"
This isn't the first time Crews has talked about people questioning him for not punching or hitting Venit when the incident allegedly occurred.
During the series of tweets where Crews initially revealed the allegations, he said he thought about reacting with violence but considered his family and media coverage. “240 lbs. Black Man stomps out Hollywood Honcho” would be the headline the next day," read the tweet. He also spoke about it in an interview with Michael Strahan.
“One thing I knew, that being a large African American man in America, I would immediately be seen as a thug. But I’m not a thug. I’m an artist," he said. "I know how close I came to losing it all."
Nearly one year later, Crews is still answering questions.