Malcolm -Jamal Warner says its painful to watch his mentor, Bill Cosby go through this

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Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who most fans know as Theo on The Cosby Show, recently spoke to Billboard about his musical career and the surprise Grammy nomination  for his work on Robert Glasper’s Black Radio 2. During the interview Warner also commented on allegations against his former TV father, Bill Cosby. 

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“He’s one of my mentors, and he’s been very influential and played a big role in my life as a friend and mentor, Just as it’s painful to hear any woman talk about sexual assault, whether true or not, it’s just as painful to watch my friend and mentor go through this.”

Warner isn’t the first “Cosby Show” cast member to speak about the sexual assault allegations. Phylicia Rashad also supports Bill Cosby , and Keisha Knight Pulliam also defends Cosby.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Malcolm -Jamal Warner says its painful to watch his mentor, Bill Cosby go through this

  1. I wondered if/when any of the rest of the Cosby show cast, besides the ones that have already spoken out were going to say anything…THANKS. PEACE!!!

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