According to a press release issued by a Florida gallery, teenage artist Rodman Daniel Edwards "has designed a sculpture replace the Dr Cliff Huxtable monument outside the TV Hall of Fame with a bronze nude statue in the likeness of Bill Cosby circa 2015, with Fat Albert, crying, arms outstretched, in place of his genitals."
"I wanted to deal with this particular current event, because I was a big fan of Fat Albert when I was very young. I felt I needed to speak up, and show what I think of this through my art," Edwards told The Creators Project. "I actually asked my father if he already had plans for a Bill Cosby sculpture. When he said no, I asked if I could work on this idea I had, and he was very encouraging about it. He was happy with the results I came out with."
Rodman's father Daniel Edwards is also a sculptor, who gained notoriety for his life-size sculpture of Britney Spears giving birth on a bearskin rug.
Bill Cosby has justly been whisked away to prison for the next three to ten years. Cosby–let’s just go ahead and assume his prison name will be Puddin’–is being shipped off to the Phoenix State Correctional Institution (SCI Phoenix) to serve his time. It’s not a nice place: according to The Root, the clink where […]
Bill Cosby was sentenced today to 3 to 10 years in state prison for sexual assault. He will also be placed on the sex offenders’ registry and placed under a lifetime counseling regime. He declined to make a statement when a judge gave him the opportunity at the courthouse in Norristown, PA.
Over the weekend, a shopper at Trader Joes spotted former Cosby Show actor Geoffrey Owens working at the grocery store. She took photos of Owens (who played the young doctor Elvin Tibideaux), which the Daily Mail and Fox News immediately pounced on, job-shaming the actor in before-and-after tabloid-style stories.
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