"No Bill Cosby sh*t, if they’re sleeping then f*ck em," - J. Cole, "L.A. Leakers Freestyle" (2021)

Bill Cosby has chimed in on Kelly's explosive case by saying the Chicago native was "railroaded" in his case and Twitter has some thoughts.

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Andrea Constand—the woman whose alleged sexual assault landed disgraced comedy icon Bill Cosby in prison for more than two years of what was supposed to be a three to 10-year sentence—is not done speaking out against her accused attacker. She had spoken for the first time since his release from prison due to a previous deal that should have prevented his criminal prosecution. 

According to his publicist Andrew Wyatt, an "exuberant" Bill Cosby is aiming to go out on a comedy tour based on his experiences including his time in prison after being convicted of assault against Andrea Constand.

Over the holiday Bill Cosby released an incoherent message regarding the backlash against Phylicia Rashad, while also admonishing the mainstream media over the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

Based on the decision made by the district attorney working on the case back in 2005, it was decided that the officer would not seek a conviction due to the fact that Cosby's accuser came forward with the case a year after the alleged assault occurred while remaining in contact with him.

Andrea Constand took to social media to issue a statement about Bill Cosby's release from prison on a technicality by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Cosby and his wife Camille have conferenced with their lawyers and are possibly weighing the option to file a lawsuit against Montgomery County, the county in Pennsylvania where he stood trial.


The first photos of Bill Cosby have emerged since the disgraced comedian was unexpectedly released from prison following a decision from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to overturn his conviction for sexual assault.

Bill Cosby is on his way home! No matter how you feel about what he did, we can’t say that he wasn’t a trailblazer of the black comedic culture. He definitely open the doors for a lot of blacks and has continued to help young blacks go to college. There’s too much to type so […]


If you thought Bill Cosby's overturned conviction and release from prison on Wednesday was a surprise, imagine how the dozens of women who accused him of drugging and assaulting them were feeling.

If you haven’t heard the news, Bill Cosby is a free man now! The Supreme Court in Pennsylvania overturned his conviction and Bill is now on his way home. Let’s take a look back at a great moment in the life of Bill Cosby.