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Artist Calls Out Bill Cosby On The Streets Of NYC

Bill Cosby Gets Called Out By NYC Street Artist FLOOD

Comedian Bill Cosby Is Publicly Dismantled By Multiple Allegations Of Rape Ahead Of His Return To Primetime TV.

All things considered, Bill Cosby has been flying relatively low under the radar in recent weeks. The legendary comedian fell from grace last year on account of a series of sexual assault allegations that led to numerous cancelled comedy shows and fraught media appearances in which the 77 year old seemed to frantically plead for the public’s benefit of the doubt. Now Cosby has once again come under fire, this time from NYC street artist FLOOD who has posted multiple pieces around his hometown begging for Cosby to come clean and confess to his alleged crimes. The pieces depict characters from Cosby’s classic 70s animated series Fat Albert holding signs that read “Hey Hey Hey Bill, Admit It!” and “The Proof Is In The Pudding.” It’s one thing to call out an alleged rapist, and it’s a whole ‘nother thing to do it on the streets of the big apple using the animated kids that helped to make his own name. Scan a few of FLOOD’s pieces below and stay tuned to see if more anti-Coby tags turn up. We’re not one to make judgments on unproved, untried crimes, but damned if these pieces don’t cut hard, fast and colorful. Your move, Cos.

A photo posted by FLOOD (@floodclub) on

A photo posted by FLOOD (@floodclub) on

A photo posted by FLOOD (@floodclub) on

A photo posted by FLOOD (@floodclub) on



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