Terry Crews did not stand up for Gabrielle Union when news of her shock firing from America's Got Talent - and he isn't doing it now, and is calling the show "the best experience" he's ever had.

A bit of a slap in the face for Union.

Speaking to US Weekly, he denied Union's claims of racial and sexual discrimination, saying, "It just was not my experience," the NBC series' host, 51, told Us Weekly exclusively on Thursday, January 23. It was the best experience I ever had in my entire life."

He continued:

"When they talk about diversity, there was every bit of diversity on set, everywhere. I have never been in a more diverse place in 20 years of entertainment, so what can I say?"

This coming from the man who last year said that Black women were his biggest supporters when he made his own allegations of a #metoo sexual assault incident he suffered at the hands of a Hollywood executive. Gabrielle Union was one of his supporters and she did so publicly.

Several high profile celebrities have already called out the network for it's handling on Union. Union was reportedly fired after she complained about guest star Jay Leno for making a racially insensitive joke, the misgendering of contestants as well as constantly being told that her hairstyles were "too Black."

The network has already released a joint statement with the show's producers, and an investigation into the incident was initiated after Union's allegations.