Terry Crews wonders if three will be the magic number of apologies needed to win Gabrielle Union's forgiveness.
On Saturday, Crews responded to the latest comments Union made about his failure to support her when she came forward with "America's Got Talent" discrimination claims prior to her firing from the show.
"This will be my 3rd public apology to Gabrielle Union," he tweeted. "If a 4th is needed, I will continue to apologize and push for reconciliation between the world, and more importantly, the culture I grew up in. I'm sorry, @itsgabrielleu #reconciliation."
Crews' apology comes after Union criticized him on last week's edition of Jemele Hill's podcast, saying that he has not been an "ally" in the fight for equality within their industry — a fight Union took on when she spoke out about the racism and misogyny she experienced on the set of "AGT."
Rather than back her claims about the work environment at the NBC series, Crews went so far as to essentially deny them, saying the toxicity Union described on set was "never" his experience. Rather, he called "AGT" the "most diverse place I have ever been in my 20 years of entertainment."
Union, who has previously slammed Crews for his response to her allegations, implied again on Hill's podcast that Crews was protecting his career rather than considering the larger issues at hand.
"People hit me all day long and are like, what's happening? And the only thing I know for sure is that Terry Crews gets three checks from NBC. So, I don't know if being worried about job stability — which listen, we all know that if you speak up about racism and white supremacy, you absolutely can be shown the door," Union told Hill, according to ET.
"Based on his recent actions, do you really think Terry Crews was an ally, was helpful, was a sounding board?" she asked. "I think Terry Crews is showing us who he is and what he does during times of adversity and it's not solidarity."
Union also sounded frustrated that Crews wouldn't support her after she stood by him when he alleged he was sexually assaulted in 2017.
Seemingly referencing a tweet he posted in January that read, "Just 'cuz you gave me eggs — don't mean I owe you bacon," she told Hill, "Not to say if I offer you solidarity I expect you to be the getaway driver during a bank robbery — that's what he made it sound like in one of those series of tweets."
Though Crews initially defended himself on social media, he has since acknowledged he could have handled the situation better and apologized directly to Union.
In June, he told ET it was hard for him to see that she could have had different experiences on the same show.
"I had to understand that I'm looking at this thing from a lens of male privilege, where men and women are treated differently on sets," he said at the time.
Crews' recent mea culpas don't seem to have changed Union's mind about him, though.
"If you saw something, say something," the actress told Hill last week.
"If you didn't have my experience … you also have an option to say, 'I believe Gab, I just had a different experience.' End of story. You don't have to do a press tour where your sole objective is to discredit and malign me. You know, I've been in Hollywood a very long time. There's very little that surprises me, but that was very disappointing for sure."