Eddie Murphy was supposed to play Bill Cosby in a SNL 40 sketch last Sunday (Feb. 15) but decided against it because he didn’t want to “kick a man when he’s down.” Former cast member Norm MacDonald went on Twitter Wednesday (Feb. 18,) to share an incredibly long and detailed story about Murphy pulling out of the […]
Bill Cosby has been facing allegations of sexual assault dating back decades from well over a dozen women who worked closely with the entertainer. In the ongoing dismantling of Cosby’s wholesome image, another woman has come forward with allegations that he made unwanted advances.
Co-hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler loaded their gatling guns with jokes during Sunday night’s (January 11) 2015 Golden Globes Awards. And as promised fellow comedian and alleged sexual deviant Bill Cosby was hit with a shot.
Amid jarring accusations of sexual assault by over two dozen women, Bill Cosby saw his stand-up comedy show in Hamilton, Ontario Friday night (January 9) become ground zero for protest.
A report from Bill Cosby’s show in London, Ontario tonight says that the embattled comedian made a joke about the sexual assault allegations against him. Cosby’s exact words to a woman in the audience were “be careful about drinking around me,” according to the National Post.
“Forget the women,” a statement stern in purpose, is what famed actress Phylicia Rashad reportedly said when she broke silence about alleged sexual deviant Bill Cosby’s growing number of accusers — sparking plenty backlash in the process. However, The Cosby Show star claims that she was misquoted.
By the end of January 7, after Gloria Allred’s scheduled press conference, a total of 28 women will have accused Bill Cosby of rape or some form of sexual assault. At this point, you need either an Excel spreadsheet or a club capacity clicker to keep track of all the accusers.
Bill Cosby is facing over two dozen sexual assault allegations, and hopes to fight back with the help of private investigators, New York Post‘s “Page Six” reports.
Bill Cosby’s lawyer Marty Singer isn’t tipping his hat to CNN for their journalistic prowess; instead, he’s accusing the network of running a smear campaign against his client.
The news has been absolutely bonkers in recent weeks. That said, Hip-Hop Wired had a chance to get Hot 97’s Ebro Darden’s thoughts on the Bill Cosby rape scandal, Lil Wayne’s stand off with Cash Money, the Drake/Diddy beef and more.