Bill Cosby wants to continue his comedy journey because his representative said that “the world wants to see” shameful comics
According to reports, Bill Cosby is planning a comedy return-just a week after he was released from prison in shock.
TMZ The report said that 83-year-old Cosby is planning to go on the road again to tell jokes, and his camp has contacted several promoters.
According to Cosby’s representative Andrew Wyatt, some comedy clubs have stated that they are open to this idea.
Wyatt added: “The whole world wants to see Mr. Cosby.
Cosby served more than two years in a prison in Philadelphia, before his sexual assault conviction was overturned by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday due to technical issues.
The comedian was convicted of taking drugs in a suburban estate and molesting Temple University employees.
He vowed to serve a full 10 years, not Admit any remorse Meeting with the plaintiff Andrea Constand in 2004.
more than There are 50 women in the U.S. He accused Cosby of sexual assault and misconduct, but the restrictions in their case made further prosecution unlikely.
When he was released, Cosby said: “I have never changed my position or my story. I have always maintained my innocence.
“Thanks to all the fans, supporters and friends who supported me in this ordeal. Special thanks to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court for upholding the rule of law.”
TMZ also reported that Cosby is making a five-part documentary about his life, legacy, trial and prison time.
So far, the producer has interviewed Cosby’s family, friends and other celebrities. According to reports, the comedian will soon answer questions about the project.
Cosby was once regarded as “American Dad”, and according to reports, he also plans to appear in prisons, schools and communities across the country.
A representative said that the inspiration behind this lecture tour came from his experience after the bar.
The representative added that there, Cosby experienced touching stories of prisoners.
The comedian is also co-writing a book with novelist Frederick Williams.
The title will focus on Cosby’s criminal case and his experience in prison.