As rape accusations continue to surface surrounding Bill Cosby, there is pressure mounting on NBC to scuttle a planned TV sitcom that was supposed to mark the comic’s triumphant return to the network.

But not even a laugh track is going to be able to drown out the chorus of accusers that have come forward since comedian Hannibal Buress called the 77-year-old TV legend a “rapist” while performing a stand-up routine in Philadelphia last month.


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130 thoughts on “Bill Cosby Rape Accusations Putting Pressure On NBC to Cancel Planned Comic’s TV Comeback”
  1. I believe once you settle out of court you are admitting some form of guilt. If I didn’t do something and got all that money to buy any attorney I want than why would I pay some hush hush money to settle out of court. A lot of our famous black people might have paved the way for a lot of us but they can still have skeletons in their closets.

  2. I’m still trying to figure out, what/who is the motivation for this “comedian” who BLUNTLY disrespectful call out a peer who paid the way for him, also is well his Senior. #whereisthemoneytrail?

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