Bill Cosby Speaks Out With Video Message

The comedian looks to repair his reputation after alleged sexual assault scandal
1:59 | 03/10/15

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It's my plug. To bill Cosby speaking out. His message to fans since all the sexual assault allegations against him. The co-need Yan is looking to repair his reputation and linsey Davis is with us with the exclusive. In recent weeks bill Cosby released several statements with the tag line far from finished and we now see and hear the comedian for ourselves sending the same message to his fans that he is still funny and that he believes his career is not over. Yes, I'm going to be in Wheeling, West Virginia. Capital music hall. New video of bill Cosby attempting to win back fans with laugh laughter. 8:00 show. In his first message since the barrage of sexual assault allegations. No mention of the more than two dozen women or the accusations, just an upbeat Cosby in several cities. You know I'll be hilarious. Some say this is the first step in reputation rehab, others argue it may be too little too late. Bill Cosby can play a few clubs, he can put his toe into social media. He was a once great comedian full of human fobles. More than 20 women have come forward with allegations. His side issue add number of denials. Three women filed a definition lawsuit which Cosby is trying to dismiss. I knew something was wrong. The 10-second video accompanied by this message from Cosby, dear fans, I hope you enjoy my wonderful video message that's filled with laughter, hey, hey, hey, I'm far from finished. The 77-year-old has not been charged with a crime and has not publically addressed the allegations. It seems he's attempting to douse the flames with a laughter is the best form of medicine approach. He has a few performances scheduled across the country and people are still showing up. Thank you. Let's go to Amy in the social

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