The Social Media Burn Begins
Bill Cosby has been long known to be a raper. In fact, if raper were a word, Cosby would be the dicktionary definition – one who is a serial rapist. The conviction stems from a criminal complaint in 2005, whereas, Andrea Constand alleged she was drugged and molested by Cosby. The case was dropped due to “insufficient, credible and admissible evidence.” Constand also filed a civil claim with 13 other women as potential witnesses, Cosby settled out of court for an undisclosed amount. Fast forward to 2014 Comedian Hannibal Burress performs a stand-up routine where he speaks about Bill Cosby’s great role model persona versus his drug and sex theif lifestyle.
Burress’s comedy routine is the flame which reignited the fire. A year later, documents obtained by The Associated Press, showed Cosby testified under oath that he got Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with, and he admitted giving the sedative to at least one woman and “other people.” A criminal investigation was opened and Constand’s case was reopened. With a span of 4 decades worth of accusations, a mistrial and 50+ women alerting the world of Cosby’s extra curricular activities, the 80-year-old actor has been convicted on three counts of Aggrevated Indecent Assault. The single most important piece of evidence which led to his conviction – the 2005 deposition given by Cosby admitting to drugging and having sex with women. Social media can be savage, here are some of the most savage responses to Cosby’s conviction.
— Donald J. Trump (@BiglyPrez) April 26, 2018
After years of walking into courtrooms with a smug smile & rolling his eyes at women protesters, predator Bill Cosby FINALLY gets what he deserves. Found guilty of sexual assault. Faces 10 yrs + fines up to $25K each count.https://t.co/CZM5LBczd7 #BillCosby
— nicki ? (@nickiknowsnada) April 26, 2018
— CryptoCurrency Junky (@Krypto_Junky) April 26, 2018