Bill Cosby is Pissed at Eddie Murphy… And You Know What He Does to People He Likes

Eddie Murphy hosted Saturday Night Live last weekend and he made a couple of jokes at the expense of Bill Cosby. They were pretty mild, especially considering Cosby is an unrepentant rapist. He just made a couple of jokes about how funny it is he’s a boring dad while Cosby “America’s Dad,” is in jail.

Apparently Cosby was pissed about this, because he put out a statement through a spokesperson that is classic later-day Cosby.

Mr. Cosby became the first Black to win an Emmy for his role in I Spy and Mr. Cosby broke color barriers in the Entertainment Industry, so that Blacks like Eddie Murphy, Dave Chappell, Kevin Hart and et al., could have an opportunity to showcase their talents for many generations to come. It is sad that Mr. Murphy would take this glorious moment of returning to SNL and make disparaging remarks against Mr. Cosby. One would think that Mr. Murphy was given his freedom to leave the plantation, so that he could make his own decisions; but he decided to sell himself back to being a Hollywood Slave. Stepin Fetchit plus cooning equals the destruction of Black Men in Hollywood. Remember, Mr. Murphy, that Bill Cosby became legendary because he used comedy to humanize all races, religions and genders; but your attacking Mr. Cosby helps you embark on just becoming click bait. Hopefully, you will be amenable to having a meeting of the minds conversation, in order to discuss how we can use our collective platforms to enhance Black people rather than bringing all of us down together.

Is it just me, or does this read like it was written by an old school Southern racist? I could not read that statement in any voice other that Strom Thurmond’s. I honestly expected to be like “and that’s why having separate water fountains is good.”

But I do think Bill Cosby could kick Eddie Murphy’s ass. I mean, he would slip something in his drink and then he could do whatever he wanted with his ass, I guess.

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