Bill Cosby Chronicles: Stacey Dash & Raven Symone Slam Rumors of Rape As NBC & Netflix Pull Plug on His Upcoming Projects

Published: Thursday 20th Nov 2014 by Rashad
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America’s favorite dad is under fire in ways he’s never been before.

While he wasted no time slamming rape rumors of serial attention-seeker Janice Dickinson, he remains mum on the other dozen plus accusations that surround his name.  As the pressure grows hotter on the TV legend to address the mounting allegations, the web was set ablaze with word that former co-star Raven Symone had also suffered at the hands of her former mentor.

The Disney darling quickly took to Facebook to fan those flames.  See her statement below and also see actress Stacey Dash come to the comedian’s defense below – a feat met with quite the mixed review:

 

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The above surfaced shortly before Dash took to Twitter to lend her two cents on the fiasco.  While the tweet below earned applause from Cosby supporters who appreciated her input, most responded negatively:

 

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Amidst the heat he is catching via Twitter trolls, Cosby’s corporate sponsors and partners are dodging the fire that comes with his legendary name.

After reports that Netflix have canned his standup comedy special, NBC announced its plans to halt production on a forthcoming Cosby sitcom.  The news accompanies reports that TV Land has stopped airing Cosby reruns as well (source).

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  1. A$AP ASHLEY November 20, 2014

    It’s always the ones pointing fingers who do the most dirt now eat that jello creep!!

    • The Wig Snatcher November 20, 2014

      While jello made Cosby millions of dollars, how much money you made off that hatefully ignorant a** comment?

  2. I STAN(D) FOR TALENT November 20, 2014

    This saddens me.

  3. tits mcgee November 20, 2014

    I don’t know what to think. This is a devastatingly, hurtful episode.

    I’m really hoping Mr. Cosby will be exonerated, of all charges.

    This whole thing is just vomit inducing…

    • Sue November 20, 2014

      Even if he becomes exonerated from all these horrible charges he wont be able to recover from it the public will want nothing to do with him

      • tits mcgee November 20, 2014

        Good point, Sue. Michael Jackson 2.0. Even not guilty will mean guilty.

      • Brian310 November 21, 2014

        In this day in age a accusation is just as bad as a guilty verdict, sponsors drop you like flies before letting everything play out in court and the GP regardless if you beat the case still will hold you accountable for it.

  4. eugenia November 20, 2014

    If this happen to all theses women why wait so long to come out some of the same women was praising him quote from cnn so we dont really know we will see

  5. JuJu November 20, 2014

    The whole situation is just eewwwwwwwww!!!!!!

  6. proof please November 20, 2014

    Not sure how this country can go from innocent until proven guilty to guilty in the court of public opinion without even the results of even a lie detector test. Can we get one shred of proof before we sentence the man to death? Come on!

    • tits mcgee November 20, 2014

      Well said. Crazy times.

  7. Danny Bey November 20, 2014

    But where was all this support for Michael?… #justsaying

  8. Tasha November 20, 2014

    Weird how instead of saying “I was never abused by Cosby PERIOD” she says I was never abused by Cosby “while I was on the Cosby show”……..hmm. Somethin don’t feel right.

    • Evil blogger November 20, 2014

      That was the only time she was alone with him age talked about that before she moved from job to job while balancing her education is not fishy she just wanted to be clear

  9. Thando November 21, 2014

    It is invariably true that it is wrong to find someone guilty until proven guilty. But even if he were to go on trial, what is an easy way of proving that he did this? This is what many r*** victims have to deal with: the likelihood that their abuser is going to get away with it because of a lack of “sufficient evidence”. Research illustrates that this is one of the main reasons why victims don’t report.

    Secondly, victims do not speak out because the abuser is someone who is held at a high esteem by the public and accusing them will momentarily mean you’re either lying, jealous or just plain vindictive.

    But I think what is telling here is that it is true what many r*** survivors say: when it comes to sexual assault the public will always defend the perpetrator and blame the victim.

    Did Bill Cosby r*** these women? We will never know, only he and these women know the true answer to that question.

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