TLC's Chilli learned the hard way that the correct answer to "Did you feel strongly about the Black Lives Matter movement?" is not "All Lives Matter."
Twitter is railing hard against the singer, after their interview with UK's Channel 4 News about being a black woman in America started making the rounds on Wednesday.
"Another issue that's been highlighted in both the USA and the UK is the Black Lives Matter movement," reporter Jasmine Dotiwala said, setting up her question. "Did you guys feel strongly about it, when it was kicking off in America, did you go on any marches, did you go on any anti-Trump marches?"
"I personally didn't go into any marches, or anything like that, but for me, all lives matter, you know what I mean?" Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas replied. "Because there is a time when different groups are targeted for different things, you know what I'm saying? So, I just think that, just the whole ... you know ... what happened with the police brutality against these young black boys and stuff like that, all of that kind of stuff is wrong, even if it was a caucasian teen kid that this was happening to or whatever. It's just not right.
"Some people take that authoritative position, and go crazy with it obviously," she continued. "I think that before people are hired in these positions, they need to do some kind of better background check on them, or mental stability kind of check on them to see if they can really handle being in a position like that."
"That color sticks together too, blue, they stick together. They're not going to tell on each other," added Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins.
Dotiwala then asked what it's like to be a black woman in America "in the age of Donald Trump."
"I don't care about Donald Trump," T-Boz replied. "God is my president, so I just feel sorry for people it affects, but I don't care about him."
When asked if they think Trump is a "scrub," T-Boz laughed before adding, "It doesn't bother me I worked on 'Celebrity Apprentice' when he wasn't president and I wasn't too fond of him then. So I don't care really."
Well, Twitter users clearly cared about the issues at hand, going off on the duo for their comments in the replies for Channel 4's video.