Bill Cosby Deposition Changes Jill Scott's Mind: "I Was Wrong"

Bill Cosby and Jill Scott Temple University - H 2014
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Bill Cosby and Jill Scott Temple University - H 2014

"I stood by a man I respected and loved," the R&B singer tweets after the 2005 deposition goes public.

Back in December, Jill Scott was under fire for repeatedly tweeting her support of Bill Cosby despite the numerous sexual-assault allegations against the comedian.

On Monday (July 6), reports came out that in 2005, Cosby admitted under oath that he gave women drugs with the intention of having sex with them. Now, Scott's tweets have a new message. She wrote that she is "required" to believe all accusations against Cosby because his testimony proves them true.

Scott went on to say she didn't want to jump on the media bandwagon without proof, despite public opinion.

Scott admitted she was wrong in standing by Cosby.

The R&B singer originally supported the comedian on Twitter after a follower asked her to sign a petition for Temple University to sever all ties with Cosby. She responded right away:

Scott, a nine-time Grammy winner, has charted five entries on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, including a top 10 hit with the No. 4-peaking "Little Ole Man (Uptight-Everything's Alright)" in 1967.

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