The rapper stirs up a storm with his latest Twitter controversy.
Kanye West loves a bit of controversy. If he's not arguing with another rapper over social media, he's getting involved in other stars' court trials. His latest bizarre Twitter comment references Bill Cosby and his alleged sex abuse scandal.
Kanye West believes Bill Cosby to be innocent
Unable to keep his opinions to himself, the rapper has sparked outrage across the Twitter community regarding Bill Cosby's current legal matter. 'BILL COSBY INNOCENT !!!!!!!!!!' He exclaimed on the social networking platform, as if he can hold it in no longer. Understandably, he received plenty of nasty/disappointed comments, as well as a few very random and equally bizarre statements.
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West also references wife Kim’s Kimoji app, which crashed the Apple app store last month.
Kanye West began 2016 by dropping a surprise new track last night titled ‘Facts’. The song is thought to be taken from the rapper’s as-yet-untitled new album, which still doesn't have a release date. In ‘Fact’s’ verses West takes aim at Nike, Drake and Bill Cosby, as well as referencing his financial gains over the past year.
Kanye West has just dropped new track, ‘Facts’.
The track opens by sampling ‘Dirt and Grime’ by 70’s jazz-funk band Father’s Children, before referencing Drake with the line, ‘Yeezy, Yeezy, Yeezy just jumped over Jumpman.’ He then talks about his recent Adidas collaboration, which saw his Yeezy boots sell out in minutes, while also throwing some shade at rivals Nike.
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Instead of producing the desired effect, Cosby's statement only served to draw more ire towards him
Should we listen to what Bill Cosby has to say? Yes, according to Bill Cosby. The comedian, who was accused by multiple women of sexual harassment and abuse, spoke at an Alabama high school as part of of a nonprofit foundation's campaign to improve education in the south-central part of the state. In a taped interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," Cosby was asked how he would respond if a young fan was to ask about the accusations.
Continue reading: Bill Cosby Speaks Out Against Allegations, But Is Anyone Convinced?
The embattled comedian wrapped up his brief tour of Ontario, Canada amid heckles and protests.
For a third night in a row, crowds endured freezing temperatures to protest under-fire comedian Bill Cosby’s tour of Ontario, Canada. But on Friday night, the protests encroached on the auditorium and disrupted the show.
Bill Cosby's mini-tour of Ontario was disrupted on its third and final night
A small pocket of the audience at the show in Hamilton, the third and final stop on Cosby’s brief tour, is reported to have stood up and chanted “we believe the women”. Cosby remained calm and urged the audience not to react to the protestors, and they were shortly ushered out by security. The comedian’s supporters shouted in kind “we love you, Bill” and attempted to drown the hecklers out.
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Hollywood better get its thick skin on this Sunday.
So, Bill Cosby jokes – too soon? Or are they getting old now? Well, as far as Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are concerned, it’s neither, so the comedic duo will not hesitate to poke fun at the disgraced sitcom star. Not to worry though – this is feminist powerhouses Fey and Poehler here, so we’ll likely be spared the cringe-worthy rape jokes.
Is nothing sacred? Nope, not at the Golden Globes.
Meanwhile, get ready to hear a lot of Cliff Huxtable jokes or something. We’re sure the duo will find some way to make this terrible, horrible, depressing year of awfulness suck a little bit less.
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Divisive scenes in Kitchener, Ontario as Cosby makes his return to the stage following serious allegations.
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby made his stage comeback in Ontario, Canada on Wednesday night. While things went off without a hitch in the Centre in the Square theatre in Kitchener, scenes outside were rather more divisive.
Protestors had gathered outside the venue in sub-zero temperatures to shame ticket-holders as they made their way inside, on the grounds that the 77 year old entertainer is facing serious allegations of sexual assault from more than a dozen women.
Under-fire comedian and actor Bill Cosby made his return to the stage this week
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Promoter ‘Innovation Arts and Entertainment’ says Cosby “has every intent to perform these events.”
Three scheduled performances by comedian Bill Cosby in Canada have been confirmed as going ahead, despite the recent allegations which have been made against the 77 year old.
Bill Cosby is scheduled to perform three shows in Canada next month
In a lengthly statement the Chicago based company said Cosby’s rep had informed them he had, “every intent to perform these events.”
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The interview barely addressed the actual issue of the accusations.
After all the outrage surrounding the Bill Cosby case, the former sitcom star has finally spoken out to the media and, more importantly, his wife. Here’s what Cosby had to say about the rape accusations to the New York Post’s Page Six.
Cosby failed to address the accusations head on and commented instead on the resillience of his wife.
"Let me say this. I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind," Cosby told the publication's Stacy Brown, who noted that he frequently writes for African-American publications.
Continue reading: Bill Cosby Sort Of Speaks Out On Accusations In First Interview
We've had plenty of Cosby-related jokes over the past week, but this one... well, see for yourself.
Roseanne Barr has a sick and twisted sense of humor – but that’s why her fans love her, right? The comedienne made more than a few people cringe with a couple of tweets recently. Bonus points – she referenced the highly publicized Bill Cosby case from the past couple of weeks. Posting a picture of her bloody, swollen face, Barr added the caption “Got in a tussle w Bill Cosby. U shoyld see that mfer.”
Roseanne Barr, under normal circumstances.
We can't actually show you the tweet, because, you know, she deleted it. But once you put something online, it's there forever, so you can see a screenshot over on New York Daily News. So was Roseanne's tweet bold and gutsy for challenging Cosby on the rape allegations, or just plain insensitive to actual victims of violence? Discuss.
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So, how does the internet feel about Che's commentary?
So last night’s Saturday Night Live was a heavy hitter. And not because of Cameron Diaz, who was a perfectly fine host, but because Michael Che used the Weekend Update segment to address... I can hear you groaning already... the Bill Cosby thing.
After all the attention directed at Cosby recently, SNL went there.
While Che, much like many others, isn’t really sure where he stands on the scandal (more about that here) his speech was pretty much the most honest piece of media to hit the internet over the past week. Here’s what Che had to say, in a nutshell:
“TV Land pulled all re-runs of 'The Cosby Show. I don't know how to feel about that because I don't know Bill Cosby, but Cliff Huxtable practically raised me. I love that dude!”
Bill Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by numerous women.
Streaming service Netflix has postponed Bill Cosby's upcoming stand-up comedy special, with speculation suggesting it is over the growing number of allegations that the veteran star sexually assaulted women. In a statement on Tuesday, the company said the broadcast of Bill Cosby 77 was being halted but did not address why.
Bill Cosby's comedy special will no longer air on Netflix
The movie came just hours after the former supermodel Janice Dickinson gave an interview to Entertainment Tonight in which she alleged that Cosby had sexually assaulted her after a 1982 hotel dinner in California.
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Barbara Bowman has just added her voice to the chorus of accusers Cosby faces.
Bill Cosby has fired back at the comedian, who roasted him during a standup a couple months back. And if you know anything about Bill Cosby – all tweens look away now – you’ll have guessed already that it was NOT pretty. Unfortunately for Cosby – and really, for anyone involved in this story at all – defending yourself against rape accusations is a bit different from defending yourself against a particularly harsh punchline.
Bill Cosby is in major PR trouble these days.
On Thursday, Cosby was hit with a rape accusation bMoy fellow comedian Barbara Bowman. The woman, who worked with Cosby back in the 70s, published an essay in the Washington Post, alleging that he assaulted her on numerous occasions. Bowman was 17 at the time and an aspiring actress, while Cosby was at the height of his TV career.
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Justin Kauflin is a young piano genius who lost his sight following a rare eye condition, but who continued to be praised by the likes of multi-millionaire record producer Quincy Jones and trumpeter great Clark Terry. Kauflin first met Terry while he was studying at William Paterson University, and soon went on to be mentored frequently by him. An extraordinary relationship begins between them, with Terry encouraging Kauflin's phenomenal talent and helping him to conquer his stage fright. Soon enough though, Terry needs support of his own as he himself starts to lose his sight. As Kauflin helps him through his deterioating condition, Terry becomes a beacon of strength to Kauflin as he gears up for one of the scariest events of his life: the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition.
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The project is similar to "The Cosby Show", which ended twenty years ago.
Exciting news for Cosby Show fans – 20 years after his original show ended, Bill Cosby is planning his return to television with a new NBC series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the project will reunite Cosby with producer Tom Werner of Carsey Werner, who worked on the original show. Like on NBC’s The Cosby Show and CBS’s Cosby, the comedian will play the head of a multigenerational family, sharing some of his marriage and parenting wisdom in the process.
Cosby teased his return to television back in 2013.
The news follows a Yahoo interview from last year, in which Cosby mentioned that he was planning a return to television. At the moment, the project is recruiting writers and gearing up for development outside of the usual pilot season.
Continue reading: Bill Cosby Developing New NBC Sitcom, To Pull The Network Out Of A Slump
Last night (October 22, 2012), Ellen Degeneres, 54, was awarded the 15th Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Her wife, the actress Portia DeRossi, was one of the first to congratulate Ellen and told reporters on the red carpet “I am very, very proud of Ellen. She's not only the funniest person I know, but she's such a good person.” She added, affectionately “I really like those little moments that only I recognize as her being her true self, when I can see she's being vulnerable.”
Portia wasn’t the only star to attend the bash at the John F Kennedy Centre for Performing Arts. The Will & Grace actor Sean Hayes said “like to think that Ellen made Will & Grace possible. And Will & Grace made it possible for Modern Family. (DeGeneres') fearlessness was her contribution and it continues to be.” The Glee star Jane Lynch said “She's the one who went in with the machete and did it all by herself,” whilst the singer Jason Mraz referred to DeGeneres as his “favorite aunt,” USA Today have reported.
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So, when I first heard Hollywood was remaking Fat Albert, I had high hopes for this live-action version of one of my favorite old-school cartoons. Maybe, just maybe, it could be a clever, slightly-edgy spoof a la The Brady Bunch Movie. Sadly, Fat Albert turns out to be just a bloated and feeble after-school special that's even too sappy for kids.
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