Invoice Cosby Tweets About Being ‘America’s Dad’ On Father’s Day & Folks Are Severely Creeped Out

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Whereas Invoice Cosby continues to serve his jail sentence, he took to Twitter to share a message on Father’s Day — and individuals are slamming him as ‘creepy’ and begging him to ‘go away’ after seeing what he wrote.

“Hey, hey, hey…it’s America’s Dad,” Invoice Cosby wrote on June 16. “I do know it’s late, however to all the Dads…it’s an honor to be referred to as a Father, so let’s make as we speak a renewed oath to fulfilling our goal – strengthening our households and communities.” Together with the message, he shared a throwback video of himself speaking about slavery and racism. The tweet comes as Invoice serves a 3 to 10 12 months jail sentence after being discovered responsible of aggravated assault for an incident involving Andrea Constand in January 2004. He was discovered responsible in April 2018 and obtained his sentence in September. Invoice has constantly denied the accusations in opposition to him.

Clearly, Invoice didn’t submit the message himself, however his spokesman confirmed to USA Right this moment that he requested the message be despatched on his behalf. “Mr Cosby’s (message) consisted of telling these males who’ve been incarcerated for a few years, however are up for parole quickly…to…take the phrase ‘drawback’ and take away the ‘dis,’ and begin specializing in the benefit,” the rep mentioned. “That benefit is to be higher fathers and productive residents.” Nevertheless, due to the actor’s conviction, in addition to the handfuls of different sexual assault, misconduct and rape allegations in opposition to him, individuals are NOT completely satisfied about his Father’s Day message.

The response to Invoice’s tweet is flooded with GIFs telling him to ‘cease speaking’ and that he made a ‘mistake’ with the tweet, or urging him to ‘learn the room.’ Naturally, individuals are pissed that Invoice is constant to consult with himself as ‘America’s Dad,’ regardless of what he’s been accused and convicted of.

“You’re an precise monster although,” somebody wrote, whereas one other particular person added, “Are you kidding me?” Another person actually took it to the 81-year-old and wrote, “You have been the most important disappointment of my life. You need to dwell with that.”