Blind Bill Cosby sends his wife a birthday tweet from behind bars and Twitter wants to know how

Bill Cosby departs the Montgomery County Courthouse on the first day of sentencing in his sexual assault trial on September 24, 2018, in Norristown, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)


With Bill Cosby legally blind, barely able to see and behind bars, it’s probably safe to say that somebody else is sending tweets on his behalf.

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This week, the disgraced TV dad who is serving time for sexual assault was roasted on Twitter for wishing his wife Camille a happy 75th birthday.

But how did he do it?

“Happy 75th Birthday to my beautiful bride, Camille,” the tweet reads. “Dear, you’re a wonderful mother, loving wife, but most importantly, you’re the strength of this family. Please celebrate your day!”

The tweets also included personal pics from their 55-year marriage, The Daily Mail reports.

Strangely, there were also hashtags infused in the post promoting #FreeBillCosby and #FarFromFinished. So is the 81-year old Cosby out here tweeting celebratory messages to his wife and protesting on his own behalf at the same damn time?

Many online have concluded that Cosby’s spokesman Andrew Wyatt is behind firing off the messages.

And of course Black Twitter had time to joke about the mysterious posts.

Jessica Ackerman said: “He gave the guards some puddin pops to get some Twitter time.”

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Judge Steven O’Neill sentenced the disgraced comedian to three to 10 years in state prison this afternoon for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, and he must pay a $25,000 fine and cost of prosecution.

He is also now classified as a sexually violent predator and will have to register on the sex offender registry.