Saturday Night Live cast member Kenan Thompson acknowledges Bill Cosby's influence in comedy, but he held no punches at the University of Pittsburgh. On Monday night, Thompson did standup for college kids and spoke candidly about Cosby's "transformation" from comedic icon to "monster," according to Pitts News.
In addition, a Reddit user who attended Thompson's show said on the platform: "He then talked about an off remark Cosby made to him while filming [Fat Albert], something like, 'So Cosby pulled me aside and said that after the movie comes out, it'll be so hard to keep the women off you, you'll need two d***s.' And then he brought, like, his mom to see Cosby and he was creepy and bounced her on his lap and said something about horse riding like a kiddie."
The user went also added, "Kenan got pretty real and just talked about what it feels like to have someone go from so commonly liked to being a piece of s**t... He said he wished someone had a recording or something so the guy can go to jail."
The pair worked together on the live-action Fat Albert movie in 2004 in which Thompson starred and Cosby produced. To date, more than 20 women have publicly accused Cosby of sexual misconduct, with many of them claiming they were raped and drugged by the comedy legend.
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