Father's Day Tweet was all me
… Dictation of the prison phone
17/06/2019 12:07 PDT
Bill CosbyMost of Father's Day tweets thought it was a cascade of public relations from his team, but we learned that it came from the Cos himself … who in spoke from behind bars.
Cosby's representative, Andrew Wyatt, told TMZ … Bill called from prison on Sunday night, in an effort to send a message to the public about Father's Day from his official social media accounts. Wyatt says Bill dictated on the phone exactly what he meant.
Wyatt says Bill does it often – he's with his team via phone calls or face to face about 3 to 4 times a month.
This time, Cosby's message – which was posted on Twitter and Instagram – was saying, "Hey, hey, hey … it's America's father … I know that's a good thing. it's late, but for all dads … It's an honor To be called a Father, let's renew our oath today to achieve our goal: to strengthen our families and our communities. "
An old video of Cosby during a special CBS Black History Month program was attached to the publications. In the clip, he explains how mass incarceration has affected black men and broken tons of families. "America invented the cruelest slavery in the history of the world because it divided the black families.After slavery ended, the United States continued to separate the family from the black and it was is a terrible story to teach. "
As you can imagine, Coby's publications provoked negative reactions. Apparently, people do not want to hear from a convicted predator – this seems to somehow get consensus. Remember, he was guilty in 2018, drug and molest Andrea Constand.
What also upset people is that Cosby played his old unofficial title as the father of American television, but Wyatt told us that everyone was deformed … because British Columbia was moving away from what he had heard from the court. Wyatt says Cosby said that many other inmates called him "their father" and that he was just running with that for the tweet / IG.
Wyatt also says that he just does not understand the criticism of Cosby's comments, his message being only positive for the holidays. Uh, we can guess. Just say …