Phylicia Rashad Apologizes to Howard Students for Bill Cosby Support Tweet

Update 07/03/2021 4:00pm: Former actress Phylicia Rashad, who is now the dean of Howard University’s Fine Arts College, recently faced backlash after she showed support for Bill Cosby and the overturning of his conviction via Twitter. ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ actress called out Rashad for her take, and Howard University even issued a statement. Now, Rashad has reportedly issued an apology to the students of the University. Rashad’s letter said, “This week, I tweeted a statement that caused so much hurt in so many people — both broadly and inside…

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Bill Cosby Calls Into Radio Station to Speak About Being Wrongly Imprisoned

  Inside Edition got a look inside Bill Cosby’s first day out of prison, with Cosby’s spokesperson Andrew Wyatt giving details of his first meal- a pizza from his favorite place in Philly. Wyatt also spoke about Cosby having his favorite breakfast the following day before he went to meet his wife Camille at their Springfield, Massachusetts estate. On his first day out, Cosby also called Detroit radio host Frankie Darcell to speak about being wrongfully imprisoned. He stated, “This is not just a Black thing. This is for all the people…

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Bill Cosby to be released after sexual assault conviction overturned by Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Pennsylvania’s high court vacated the sexual assault conviction against Bill Cosby on Wednesday, paving the way for one of America’s most well known comedians to walk free from prison. The state Supreme Court said a previous prosecutor’s decision not to charge Cosby, 83, opened the door for him to speak freely in a civil lawsuit against him — and that testimony was key in the comic’s conviction in criminal court. “When an unconditional charging decision is made publicly and with the intent to induce action and reliance by the defendant, and when…

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