The me too movement started around 2006 but largely gained attention in late 2017 with the accusations against Hollywood figures such as Harvey Weinstein or Kevin Spacey.
This allowed many to come forward with their experiences and express some hurt that they may have otherwise kept to themselves. One public figure that came forward as part of this movement was Terry Crews (star of such iconic films and TV shows as 'White Chicks', 'Brooklyn Nine Nine', 'Idiocracy' and 'Deadpool 2').
Whilst people felt sorry that Crews had gone through his own experiences of sexual assault, some mocked it due to Crews' tough persona and strong stature. Crews fired back, shutting down these hurtful remarks.