Things got a little akward last night on the apprentice. Before being fired. Donald Trump asked Keisha. Why she didn’t she make the one phone call to the one person we all know would’ve helped her cause. She teared up and explain that she had donations that didn’t make it. Then Kenya Moore, from Real House wives put her on blast for not calling Bill Cosby. We all know she played Rudy on the Cosby Show. The show was recorded before allegations of rape by Bill Cosby.
Cosby kid Keisha Knight-Pulliam was the first to be eliminated from the new season of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice, which premiered last night (Jan 4). This season’s cast includes Vivica A. Fox, Geraldo Rivera, Kenya Moore, Terrell Owens, Kate Gosselin, Leeza Gibbons and more.
Knight-Pulliam seemed to come up short in her role as project manager and raised a very modest amount of money for her charity. Throughout the episode, her teammates suggested she make a call to her former TV dad Bill Cosby, knowing that he is an avid philanthropist always willing to support charity. Knight-Pulliam revealed that she hadn’t reached out to Cosby in years and felt it was tacky to suddenly reach out and ask for his financial help.
Watch her elimination below:
Keisha chats about Bill Cosby sex allegations:
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Bill Cosby‘s lawyer Marty Singer is not happy with CNN about their unethical and malicious, tactical coverage against his client, and he wants it to end, according to TMZ.
Singer wrote a letter to the news organization’s President Jeff Zucker — citing that his reporters are out to get Cosby by doing a special with former supermodel Beverly Johnson.
Recently, Johnson came forth and said Cosby drugged her in the mid-1980s in his NYC home. But Singer told CNN to get in contact with her boyfriend of four years, Mark Burk, who is telling a different story.
Singer claimed Burk said, “[Johnson] never said a negative statement about Bill Cosby throughout their entire four year relationship.”
Singer added, “Burk told CNN that to the contrary, Ms. Johnson stated that she was an admirer of Bill Cosby and only said great things about Mr. Cosby.”
Nevertheless, Singer claimed CNN is…
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They say the pen is mightier than the sword and in this day and age-that old adage is even more true, real, (and surreal) for many.
Take model Beverly Johnson for instance, who had a story to tell that pretty much fell in line with countless other women recently (and as far back as early 2000s) coming out the woodworks with stories and accounts of being drugged and/or raped by non-other than the revered, respected, and beloved television father that Americans (black and white) had grown to love—like a father, a confidant, a teach, a preacher, a scholar—all things held in high regard and esteem.
You see back then (thirty years ago-like the Barbara Bowman’s/ “Why Did It Take 30 Years for Anyone To Believe Me”), trying to sword-fight a man like Bill Cosby would have cut no one off at the head but themselves.
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One entertainment publication went on record to say Spelman College still supports comedic legend Bill Cosby, while another more respected news outlet stated that the Atlanta-based all-female college is unsure if the support and partnership with Cosby will continue.
Entertainment blog, TMZ, said the historically black college in Atlanta that Bill Cosby gave $20 million may have is still standing behind the creator of “The Cosby Show.”
However, the The Washington Post reported that “the president’s office would not say whether the endowed professorship named for Cosby and his wife would continue..”
The quote fromAku Kadogo, the Cosby Endowed Professor in the Arts at Spelman, was ambiguous at best
“I’m not worried about being the Cosby chair. It’s not a worry to me. It’s a difficult time for him. But it ain’t the end of the world. If Hillary can run for president — she went…
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