Bill Cosby Accuser Creates Rap Song About Assault
Advocacy rap is all the rage in 2016. After a sibling of Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey released a rap song defending his half-brother's innocence, the Daily Mail reports that one of Bill Cosby's many accusers has also recorded a rap titled "Bill Cosby: Diss-Record."
Chloe Goins, 25, had her case against Cosby rejected last week by a L.A. County D.A. who cited Cosby's alibi and the statute of limitations. Goins had alleged that Coby sexually assaulted her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008. Goins, who is going by the rap name Chlo-Chlo, has turned to music to voice her claims, dedicating the song to the dozens of other women "who will never see justice and as a reminder to them to stand up for themselves."
A portion of the song, which can be hard above, goes, "'Hey Bill, bet'cha think you're pretty slick huh?/Making sure you drugged us thinking that we would forget ya/But we didn't, now everyone knows/You'll keep getting protested and booed at ya shows/It's a trip, you kept on for all these years/Too bad for you your victims were women with voices to hear/It's not going away it's time to face the facts, I can guarantee that you'll never make a come back."
Goins will release the song, produced by Jammin' J, via iTunes, Facebook and all major online music retailers, and a portion of the sales will be donated to a non-profit benefiting sexual assault victims. Goins recently signed a deal with Always a Hit Productions and said of the track, "The criminal justice system has failed me in the pursuit of justice against Bill Cosby. But my spirit can never be broken."
Cosby has been accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women and was charged with sexual assault in Pennsylvania late last month. A number of figures in the hip-hop community have come to Cosby's defense, most notably The Game, Chuck D and Joey Bada$$. With such a high number of accusers, it's likely that Bill Cosby's legal drama will continue throughout the new year and beyond.
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