Seth Rogen and Ashton Kutcher are addressing "All Lives Matter."

Kutcher took a moment to educate those who cried "All Lives Matter" in response to his Black Lives Matter social media posts. 

In an emotional video shared to Instagram Tuesday, Kutcher said he didn't want to dismiss those who disagreed with him, but wanted to take a moment to "educate" them.

"We all agree all lives matter, but I had a really poignant experience tonight when I was putting my kids down to bed that lent the words for why black lives matter," Kutcher said. "Usually Mila and I put our kids to bed, we read them a book. Our daughter always gets to go first and tonight as we were reading her book, my son says 'Wait, why don't I get to go first?' "

The 42-year-old actor explained that his wife Mila told their son it's because girls go first.

"'You know why girls go first? For you and me, girls go first and the reason why is, for some boys, girls don't get a go at all," Kutcher said to his son. "'And so for you and me, girls go first.'"

He tied the exchange with his son to the reflect the importance in saying Black Lives Matter.

"I think what folks that are writing ‘All Lives Matter' need to understand is that for some people black lives don't matter at all," Kutcher said fighting back tears. "So for us, black lives matter. So, while you may have the best intentions in saying ‘All Lives Matter,' remember, for some people, black lives don't matter at all."

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understanding why saying ‘all lives matter’ is missing the point. #blacklivesmatter

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Kutcher's message comes just a day after Rogen blasted Black Lives Matter critics.

The "Lion King" star posted to Instagram Monday the words "Black Lives Matter," along with a caption saying he wants nothing to do with those who take issue with the phrase.

"If this is a remotely controversial statement to you, feel free to unfollow me," he wrote.

The post garnered criticism from some, who took to the comments to give Rogen their opinions.

"#alllivesmatter," wrote one person. "People making this only about blacks. When its about all races of color. Why do all these brutality videos only show the end? They don’t show wtf these people where doing to get in trouble in the first place."

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If this is a remotely controversial statement to you, feel free to unfollow me.

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Rogen wasn't going to let that slide.

"(expletive) off," the actor replied. "You don't deserve my movies anymore. Stop watching my (expletive)."

That person wasn't the only one to get a reply from Rogen. The actor responded to several comments expressing "all lives matter" with a the same concise expletive.

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Rogen's post comes in the wake of protests across the country sparked by the death of George Floyd, a black man in Minneapolis who died in the custody of police. Former officer Derek Chauvin was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter in Floyd's death. 

In addition to the critics, a number of people also left supportive comments for Rogen.

"all lives matter comments are like watching trump take his clothes off," wrote actress Jessica Serfaty. "Excruciating."

"Much Love Seth," wrote DJ Many. "Thanks For Supporting Us, We Will Always Support You."

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