Chris Rock laments the passing of Bill Cosby

By Drum Digital
02 December 2014

Bill Cosby hasn’t died, but Chris Rock says a part of him has been lost amid the sexual assault allegations.

Bill Cosby hasn’t died, but Chris Rock says a part of him has been lost amid the sexual assault allegations, the independent.co.uk, has reported.

Rock likened the damage to Cosby’s reputation to the deaths of comedians Robin Williams and Joan Rivers, who both passed away this year. “What do you say? I hope it’s not true,” Rock told Vulture of the Cosby allegations. “That’s all you can say. I really do. I grew up on Cosby. I love Cosby, and I just hope it’s not true. It’s a weird year for comedy. We lost Robin, we lost Joan, and we kind of lost Cosby.”

Meanwhile Jill Scott has defended Cosby. Jill Scott – who was presented with her honorary doctorate degree from Temple University by Cosby earlier this year – took to Twitter in his defense.

The 77-year-old comedian has denied claims made against him.

Sources: independent.co.uk

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