As sexual assault allegations against the comedian continue to mount, the Associated Press reviewed and decided to air the entirety of a recent interview with Bill Cosby.
When the interview was over Cosby asked for the question to not be shown.
“I would appreciate it if it was scuttled,” said the comedy legend.
The AP had not shown the question previously but in light of two more women coming forward since the news organization decided to publish it.
The interview was conducted on Nov. 6, but is being unveiled now as more allegations come to light.
It’s another example of how this story won’t die when similar allegations against prominent Democrats are either ignored by the media or have quickly gone by the wayside.
Another example of how the story circulating is the blatantly false, “Raven Symone Files Molestation Charges Against Bill Cosby,” reported by Hip Hop Hangover.
Symone was actress and singer who played Cosby’s TV step-granddaughter as a child star on the “Cosby Show” in the 1980s.
Even though the website’s “about” page states “Hip Hop Hangover is a Gossip parody and satirical publication and for entertainment purposes only,” enough people apparently believed the story that Symoné felt compelled to respond on Instagram.
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