Phylicia Rashad issued a second apology Friday, this time directing her statement to Howard University students and alumni after tweeting an eye-brow-raising response to Bill Cosby's overturned conviction.
'Cosby Show' star Phylicia Rashad is facing tough opposition in her latest gig as dean of the Howard University College of Arts after she tweeted support for her former TV husband Bill Cosby in a now-deleted social media post.
Twitter users demanded an explanation from Phylicia Rashad after she tweeted "a miscarriage of justice is corrected" following Bill Cosby's release from prison and overturned conviction for sexual assault.
For Black History Month, the National Trust for Historic Preservation launched a powerful campaign with the help of actors to spread awareness about the influence and importance of Black landmarks.
Updated Thursday, Jan. 8, 12:20 p.m. ET: Amid a formidable backlash, Phylicia Rashad, Bill Cosby’s TV wife, told ABC News Wednesday she was misquoted in a report on her feelings about the charges plaguing her former co-star, the Washington Post reports. In remarks first reported by Roger Friedman of Showbiz 411, Rashad sounded almost dismissive of women […]
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