Incarcerated comedian, Bill Cosby, isn’t loved by everyone in the Pennsylvania prison reports Radar Online. The publication revealed today that someone supposedly slapped Bill in the face after he told a joke that wasn’t very funny.
Previously, reports indicated that Bill was doing relatively well in the prison system, however, Radar Online claims one of his fellow inmates doesn’t like him very much.
An insider said to the publication, “Mr. Cosby cracked a joke to another inmate” near his jail cell, and it made the other man mad enough that he took the chicken out of his sandwich and hurled it at Bill’s face.
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Additionally, Radar Online claims this isn’t actually the first time Bill has faced off with another prisoner in a situation involving food. Back in September, someone apparently slapped him in the head with a stale hot dog bun.
The same insider explained that a prisoner would have to be pretty mad to waste a meat-sandwich, considering they almost never get the chance to have more than one. On an unrelated note, last week, the source claimed that Cosby thinks the chicken patty sandwich is the best one he’s had in Phoenix thus far.
As it was previously reported, several publications claimed that other prisoners have been calling Bill the “OG” while in prison, probably on account of his age.
At 81-years-old, Bill is quite possibly one of the oldest inmates in the prison, moreover, his legend as a comedian and as an entertainer makes him exciting to talk about. Allegedly, other prisoners have enjoyed having Cosby around. As for Camile Cosby, her situation outside of the prison hasn’t been reported on lately.
However, a few publications claim that Cosby’s estate is now running into money problems. Bill had to take a $30 million loan out on his townhouse in New York City, and one of his law firms sued him for unpaid attorney fees.