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Bill Cosby Performs Music And Comedy In Philly
America’s Most Hated Dad is back.
Last night, videos and photos began to emerge on social media of Bill Cosby telling jokes and playing the drums at a Philadelphia with Tony Williams Jazz Quartet at the Lorosa Jazz Club.
According to NYDailyNews Cosby didn’t mention his pending trial, but he did say this:
“I used to be a comedian,” he told the 11-year-old son of the bass player during the set.
“Let me tell you something about people talking to blind people, you sighted people,” he said. “If you see a blind person walking into a pole or something, if you speak perfect English, there’s a word called ‘Stop!’ Not ‘Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!'”
Unlike some of his previous comedy shows since being hit with dozens of sexual assault accusations, only one woman heckled Cosby on this night.
A lady played Helen Reddy’s “I Am Woman”, on repeat, while holding a sign that read “Perseverance to all survivors.”
Would you pay your hard-earned dollars to go see Bill Cosby perform these days?