It seems that the controversial comedic legend Bill Cosby may appear in Memphis Jelks music video after Cosby reportedly shared a statement about appearing in the visual.
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Rapper Memphis Jelks released his single “The Cosby Dance” which samples The Cosby Show’s theme song and on the track, Jelks praises the comedian. The artist has created a dance that he would like to go see viral named after the legendary figure.
“The greatest legacy one can pass down to their children and grandchildren is not money or material goods, but a legacy of truth and facts. They removed The Cosby Show, A Different World, and many of my Honorary Degrees,” reads a statement to Radar Online. “Now, comes a prolific rapper, Memphis Jelks, who adds to the restoration of my legacy with a powerful new song called ‘The Cosby Dance’ Hey, Hey, Hey — Far From Finished.”
Memphis Jelks continued to laud Cosby when he spoke with the outlet. “I believe the upcoming generation can learn a lot about overcoming adversities by studying and applying the principles of Dr. Cosby’s educational and career choices that have helped lead to his enormous success,” he said. “What better way than a viral song and dance in which the lyrics celebrate some of the great attributes of one of the greatest American comedians of all time, who happens to be Black.”
Check out Memphis Jelks’s song “The Cosby Dance” below.