‘Saturday Night Live’ couldn’t resist commenting on the Bill Cosby rape scandal, and Michael Che burned the actor good during his ‘Weekend Update’ segment. Click to WATCH.
Bill Cosby, 77, has been hit with numerous claims from women who say the actor took advantage them over the course of his career. On the Nov. 22 episode of Saturday Night Live, “Weekend Update” co-host Michael Che decided to take a brutal aim at the actor. He roasted The Cosby Show star by telling him to “pull your damn pants up” and more!
Michael Che Disses Bill Cosby On ‘SNL’
If Bill Cosby was watching the Nov. 22 episode of Saturday Night Live, he might have had to look away during the “Weekend Update” segment.
“Hey, Bill Cosby,” Michael started out his bit. “Pull your damn pants up.”
Michael talked about how TV Land had pulled all Cosby Show reruns after more and more women began to come forward with rape allegations towards the actor.
“I don’t know how I feel about that because I don’t know Bill Cosby, but Cliff Huxtable practically raised me,” Michael continued. “I love that dude. And the only thing he ever tried to sneak when people were asleep was a hoagie! So while I may never forgive Bill Cosby, hopefully I will be able to forgive Dr. Huxtable. I mean, I know it’s not the same thing, but I forgave Kramer.”
Michael Richards, who played Kramer on Seinfeld, infamously went on a racist rant back in 2006.
Bill Cosby: Hit With Rape Allegations From Janice Dickinson & More
Over the course of the past few weeks, Bill’s once lovable dad image has been tarnished. Women, including Janice Dickinson and Louisa Moritz have come forward with disturbing allegations.
This is a terrible situation no matter which way you look at it.
Check out Michael’s full diss on Saturday Night Live:
HollywoodLifers, what do you think about Michael’s comments on Bill Cosby? Were they too harsh? Should he have left the situation alone? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson
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