Comedian Bill Cosby has finally spoken up about the rape allegations that was directed to him in the past months.
As reported previously, numerous women came forward with claims that the 78-year-old comedian have drugged and assaulted them sexually.
Linsey Davis of “Good Morning America” conducted an interview with Cosby and was reported on by Billboard .
“I have been in this business over 52 years and I have never seen anything like this,” Cosby said.
“Reality is the situation.
And I can’t speak.” The interview was not conducted mainly because of the rape allegations directed to him, it was conducted because Cosby was speaking on behalf of Black Belt Foundation, an organization aimed to help underfunded schools in Alabama.
The comedian told the reported that the interview should not be focused on the allegations that he has been faced with and people should be paying attention to his message about the foundation written above and their advocacy.
“I am prepared to tell this young person about life,” Cosby said, pointing out his uncertainty of whether students will come up to him to as about the foundation and its message, or come up to him because they want to ask whether the rape allegations are true or not. “I think that many of them say, ‘Well you’re a hypocrite.'” “My point is, ‘OK, listen to me carefully, I’m telling you where the road is out,'” he added.
“‘I’m telling you where as you’re driving you’re going to go into water and it looks like it may only be three inches but you and your car are going to go down.
Now, you want to go here or you want to be concerned about who’s giving you the message?'” After the interview aired, fans have been having mixed feelings about it, saying that Bill Cosby is obviously only trying to cover up his issue with rape and is just trying to do good things to compensate for his evil acts, which they are presuming are true.