WATCH: Larry Wilmore Blasts "Motherf*cker" Bill Cosby

Larry Wilmore is not letting up on Bill Cosby. This weekend, the New York Times reported on the full 2005 deposition Cosby gave regarded the drugging of women for the purposes of rape. It shows a Cosby who clearly thinks his actions are normal, tantamount to "offering someone a drink." 


Wilmore, for his part, wasn't having it, pointing out that Cosby had a long history of making jokes about drugging women. He cited a 1969 routine about "Spanish Fly" which involves impairing women for the apparent purposes of intercourse, and strangely enough, an episode of "The Cosby Show," in which Mr. Huxtable creates a sedative "huggy-buggy" barbeque sauce that he gives to his own children. 

"He believes that drugging and raping women deserves to be laughed at," Wilmore said. "He put it in a comedy act, and he put it in a TV show. He finds what he did to be funny. Five words: You can go fuck yourself.”

Watch the entire rant below:

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