Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Bye, Phylicia!


         “Forget these women.” Those are the words from Black America’s favorite mother Claire Huxtable bka Phylicia Rashad. The women that she is forgetting are those that have accused Bill Cosby of rape, date rape, and sexual assault. Roger Friedman caught up with the Tony winner at lunch for the movie “Selma” held by Paramount. Phylicia also said, “What you’re seeing is the destruction of a legacy. And I think it’s orchestrated. I don’t know why or who’s doing it, but it’s the legacy. And it’s a legacy that is so important to the culture.”

            Let’s discuss this last part of her quote…so you’re telling me that if you leave/create a legacy that that will outweigh the fact that you were putting roofies in pudding pops and finger popping pussies without permission? Tuh! Bye, Phylicia. I do stand with the women on this, you should never shame a victim and also well it’s fuck Bill Cosby with all of my heart and soul. We all know why I hate Cliff Huxtable and if you don’t know then it’s due to him going on his rant years ago shaming the black community on the world stage. 

            Claire Huxtable also said, “This show represented America to the outside world. This was the American family. And now you’re seeing it being destroyed. Why?” Let me tell you why Claire Huxtable attorney at law, it’s because of the internets. That Hannibal Burress comedy routine went viral, twitter exploded and so did the blogs. The internet went nuts and women came out of the woods with their Cosby touched my private parts via laced pudding pops stories and got P.A.I.D. Could there be somebody behind the scenes playing puppet master? Absolutely. Does the black community give two fucks about Cosby…can’t divide our fucks by zero…you get nada. 

            I honestly feel that Phylicia should’ve went the route of Keisha Knight-Pulliam and kept to herself, but Phylicia could be feeling the impact from the syndication being pulled. Those royalty checks are nice once a show gets picked up for syndication. I mean she did tell Roger Friedman from Showbiz 411, “Someone is determined to keep Bill Cosby off TV…and it’s worked. All his contracts have been cancelled.” Tuh, Bye, Phylicia.

Shoutout Roger Friedman from Showbiz 411 for getting the scoop  and the Twitterverse for throwing a fit.

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