"Every time a famous minority make it they throw salt in the game."
Waka Flocka thinks all of Cosby's damning accusations are part of a huge conspiracy.
The most highly publicized event of last week was the arrest of Bill Cosby. The 78-year-old television icon was charged with three counts of aggravated assault stemming from a 2004 incident when he allegedly drugged and sexually violated Andrea Constand -- one of at least 50 women to accuse Cosby of sexual assault. Though Cosby was immediately released on $1 million bail, many viewed his arrest as a victory for all the women whose attacks had previously gone unpunished. Not Waka Flocka, who feels "somebody is framing Bill Cosby."
After the controversial tweet, author and professor Roxane Gay responded to Waka by telling the Atlanta rapper to "stop feeling." Waka then replied to Gay, "Lost that when my two little brothers passed."
Waka believes all the negative press aimed at Cosby as well as the shocking number of accusations against him is an "organized lie" and an attempt to taint the legacy of a "famous minority."