A Letter to Bill Cosby
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know that 9 times out of 10, silence implies guilt.
In a recent interview with the Associated Press, Bill Cosby, had “no comment” to questions regarding sexual assault allegations.
To make matter worse for Cosby, he asked the AP reporter to not air the particular part of the interview where he failed to give a response to the allegations.
Of course they aired it.
Since the interview, NBC, Netflix, and TV Land have cut ties with Cosby and two more woman have come forward with allegations against him.
In an effort to end this swarm of bad press, we decided to write a letter to Bill.
We like to think of your predicament as a blind man trying to cross the street. No matter how badly he wants to get to the other side, it’s almost impossible for him to cross the street without getting hit by oncoming traffic. His only shot at survival is if he is armed with a guide dog or walking stick to assist in the treacherous journey. In your case, you can’t make the bad press disappear unless you use the tools at your disposal. Utilizing a PR person, listening to their sound advice, and following their lead will help to alleviate the situation.
Sorry to break it to you bud, but the media isn’t just going to brush your highly illegal sexual escapades under the rug…despite their fascination with Kim Kardashian’s butt.
With all of the silence and no comment BS, people are losing their trust for you by the second. If you want to get the media on your side, try telling the truth.
Do an interview and be honest with America…because until you do, the press will continue to mercilessly annihilate you.
Food Shelter PR