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In my opinion I believe this person is:
THE GREATEST HYPOCRITE OF ALL TIMES!
Yes sir, UNCLE BILL, keep on telling us (people of color) how we should act. ATTABOY:
Keep telling our youth to pull their pants up while you are pulling others down. Tell them, how they should speak and present themselves as a minority race, while performing suspected acts that are far more destructible.
Are these stories true? There are too many women telling the same story for it not to have some credence.
How can anyone pay money to see this clown; is he the example for our black youth?
In the future, if he does decide to break silence, SPEAK TO THE HAND!
I have heard that his performance was sold out and realize that the theater must meet its obligations. If I had tickets perhaps I might be thinking I should attend and heckle this individual off the stage.
I suggest to those, who do attend and have reservations, think about how to get the best bang for your buck.
If this guy had a shred of decensy he would cancel the show and let the process prove him guilty or innocent. It's a tough choice for the theater but then again, i can't believe they don't carry insurance for this. Most venues do.
These allegations have been swirling around this dirt bag for 3 decades. Unfortunately these women were intimidated and given the era of these events, it was very difficult for women to come forward - they were victimized all over again by the archaic views of this type of rape. His money and self-serving persona overshadowed the crimes he committed. Maybe you don't believe the women, maybe you'll believe the guy who just came forward and said he was instructed to guard the door while Cosby abused these women.
Since the Music Hall is not inclined to cancel (shame on them) everyone should turn out to boycott this event. More should be done to investigate the matter even though in some states, not all, the statute of limitations has run dry. It shouldn't matter whether or not it's too late to prosecute, it's never too late to know the truth.
A couple of his colleagues from the Cosby Show stated that they were never abused and maybe they weren't...he was smart enough not to poop where he lives!
Shame on them, RJ? SHAME ON YOU? Clearly, you have never been affected by sexual assalt, or have had someone close affected. Your "victim bashing" is only matched by your stupidity. How dare you comment on how these women should have acted. I pray that you never have to know what something like this does to a person. SHAME ON YOU. SHAME ON ANYONE WHO AGREES WITH YOU.
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