Ouch! Lisa Bonet Implies Bill Cosby Controversy Is Karma: I Don’t Need To Say “I Told You So”

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Ouch! Lisa Bonet Implies Bill Cosby Controversy Is Karma

Lisa Bonet has remained relatively quiet about the sexual assault allegations that Bill Cosby has faced. Lisa worked with legendary comedian and actor on The Cosby Show and to date, she’s stayed mostly out of the public. During a recent interview, when asked if Cosby’s controversy has tainted her memory of her years on The Cosby Show, she says,

No, it’s exactly as I remember it.

When asked if she had a sense that anything was happening, she responds:

There was no knowledge on my part about his specific actions, but… There was just energy. And that type of sinister, shadow energy cannot be concealed.

And when asked if she sensed a darkness, she responded:

Always. And if I had anything more to reveal then it would have happened a long time ago. That’s my nature. The truth will set you free.

She continues,

I don’t need to say, ‘I told you so’. I just leave all that to karma and justice and what will be.

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Bill Cosby

As previously reported, Cosby has been the subject of highly publicized sexual assault allegations, dating from the mid-1960s, and Cosby has been accused by more than 50 women of either rape, drug facilitated sexual assault, sexual battery, child sexual abuse, and/or sexual misconduct. Earlier sexual assault allegations against Cosby became more public after an October 2014 accusation as part of an onstage performance by comedian Hannibal Buress drew attention, and many additional claims were made after that date. The dates of the alleged incidents span from 1965 to 2008 across 10 U.S. states and one Canadian province. Cosby has maintained his innocence.

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  • I said it.

    Energy? Girl, bye.

    • WiserWords2

      Yes dear. We all put off energy with our behavior. You are radiating ignorant energy.

      Now, this is the first time I’ve read about Lisa Bonet addressing this subject. Looks like Cosby had much of the world fooled.

    • malthus jr the second

      she actually says nothing, makes only a general statement that he did nothing but she had a feeling… seems to me, in her defense ,she tried to imply nothing really but confessed to having suspicions, the author of the article is the one with evil intent.

  • morrow

    This is still going on? I’ve been to busy with the tRump thing and the Gov. of Missouri, theirs is more exciting and definitely fresher.

  • natt 811

    I can’t go solely off of “energy” as it pertains to rape. If she can’t speak specifically about knowledge of him raping women then she needs to keep quiet. Sounds better from getting fired from The Cosby Show and A Different World all of those years ago.

  • bessie

    No harm intended, but she continues to look like she needs a good bath/cleaning. Leave that to her energy or lack there of.

  • Tone

    What flake, you and that energy need to take a seat.