That Hannibal guy’s star power has completely skyrocketed
because of his years of comedic grind since he cleverly called out Bill Cosby’s hypocrisy in chastising us young black youths for baggy pants and eubonics, while he stuck his chocolate pudding pop where it don’t belong. This 4-minute convo with Howard is the gist:
Reactions and fiasco ensued, but what it boiled down to was two camps: The Judd Apatows of the world – that were immediately of the mindset “F that! You’re the worst kind of worst that’s ever existed, and belong in jail ASAP!“,
The other camp was the “well $hit… this sounds bad, but let’s just wait and… um how many is it now? Oh, double digits… A LITERAL DOZEN women have come forward? Oookaaay, and he’s sayin NOT sayin he ‘DIDN’T do it’? He just walks away from interviews bout it? *sigh*… we gotta get an answer here soon” camp Jerry Seinfeld, and Chris Rock were off this camp:
EGOT Holder, Whoopi Goldberg and former Cosby co-star Raven Symone were staunch defenders even in the face of multiple accusers.
Fast forward to this week where Whoopi maintained “he has not been proven a rapist” despite the following revelation:
Sooo Cosby, This is awkward. So many questions, but like… you wtf? What do we do with this now? We can’t double-jeopardy, because those cases were settled but … (Note: I usually write in broken sentences to purposely mess with my readers and just allow the voice to come through, but this is genuinely confused stop-start ramblin) I feel exactly how Chris Rock felt, however after this week’s revelation – way worse for not immediately agreeing with Judd Apatow. I’ll leave it to the pros to maintain that “you need more proof” that admitting to knowingly drugging women unbeknownst to them is at the very least teetering on the definition of rape. That’s TOO Raven. *sigh*