Gabrielle Union seems to be calling out Terry Crews without quite calling out Terry Crews.

The former America’s Got Talent judge wasn’t asked back for the upcoming season after being vocal about a toxic culture, with allegations of racism and sexism, on the set, which NBC is currently investigating.

On Thursday, Terry Crews, who is AGT’s host, appeared on another NBC show, Today, and spoke glowingly of his experience on the series, declaring,

“I have never been in a more diverse place in 20 years of entertainment,” and proclaiming, “It was the best experience I ever had in my entire life.” He went on to diminish the allegations, because he claimed they’re all “coming from an unnamed source,” which is disputed.

On Friday, Union posted several tweets that didn’t seem veiled regarding who and what she was responding to. In one, she said that “MULTIPLE witnesses” came forward to back her story, which she says “really exposes those who enthusiastically will throw you under the bus.”

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She ended by saying the person who did her dirty had forgotten “who stepped up 4 THEIR truth,” which is thought to be a reference to Union standing by Crews when he said he was groped by a male movie exec.

Now former NBA player Matt Barnes is weighing in, and he has his own take on the controversy.  

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