Just when you thought the Bill Cosby rape case couldn’t become more of a public spectacle….it does! As if accusing Bill of sexual assault wasn’t enough, alleged victim Chloe Goins has now released a diss track about the former comedian to get her point across even more!
If you have been following Cosby’s case then you would know that Goins is the woman accusing Mr. Cosby of drugging her and sexually assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion back in 2008. Criminal charges were brought up against him recently but were eventually dropped due to lack of evidence.
Well according to the Daily Mail, Chloe has vowed that even though her attempt at justice failed in the legal system, she will still continue her fight against Cosby. She was recently signed to Always a Hit Productions in California, so why not drop a diss track right!? Well the song is entitled ‘Bill Cosby: Diss-Record’ and is supposed to be an ode to her and his other 50 alleged victims.
‘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 out ya shows.’
The song continued: ‘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.’
Then the chorus goes: ‘What’ya gonna do Bill, popping pills on the girls when they come through.
‘What’ya gonna do Bill, now the whole world knows what you were up to.’
Music producer Jammin’J has helped Goins with the project saying, “The criminal justice system has failed me in the pursuit of justice against Bill Cosby. But my spirit can never be broken. I may not be the one to put him behind bars, but this song will haunt him forever. I wrote this song in dedication to the dozens of other women who will never see justice, as a reminder to them to stand up for themselves.”
Goins, who was an 18-year-old Las Vegas dancer at the time of her alleged attack, says that Cosby gave her a drink and that she woke up to him biting her toes with his pants around his ankles. Goins is still seeking civil reparations but does say that a portion of her song sales via iTunes will go towards a non-profit organization for sexual assault victims.
Take a listen to the song and tell us what you think!
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