The Pennsylvania Supreme Court just released Bill Cosby from prison after vacating his sentence linked to sexual assault allegations. Cosby was expected by most to live the rest of his life in jail. Nonetheless, this is no longer the case.
There are mixed feelings about his being released. Some feel maybe he wasn’t guilty. Others feel the trial wasn’t fair. Some are angry that he is being released and they say it’s a setback for the “me too” movement. Nevertheless, he is going to be free regardless of what people think.
Before Bill Cosby went to jail, he was still doing comedy shows, even while he was being accused of sexual misconduct. This means that despite all that, some people still supported him. Although it’s unclear to us what his eyesight left and health situation looks like at 83 years old, it’s clear that if he goes back on the road, at least some people will still show up. This doesn’t mean he won’t have hecklers, but for someone like Cosby, that’s just par for the course.
The Hill tweeted out a report highlighting the possibility of Cosby’s mixed review return.
They reported in part:
Cosby has been “been talking to a number of promoters and comedy club owners” and is “just excited the way the world is welcoming him back,” Andrew Wyatt told reporters on Thursday, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Wyatt told Inside Edition that “a number of promoters have called. Comedy club owners have called. People want to see him.”
In today’s cancel culture world, it will be very interesting what the future holds for Cosby, regardless of what you think of him or the situation.
Time will tell if comedy clubs want to allow him, payment processors and ticket vendors allow it, and if there are protests or anything like that. We really can’t predict what could possibly come from this shocking turn of events.
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