NBC News anchor Brian Williams asked the comedian to share a new song he’s releasing titled “I don-tee-dah.”
Williams asked Cosby if he was the type of guy who would be “the laughing stock of the world.”
Cosby said, “No, no, no.
No, no,” and said that he “don’t give no f***s.””
This is a funny song.
I don’t care if people are laughing, I don-d-ah,” he said.
“I’m not the type who gets off on making people miserable.”
“I don-‘t give a f*** about nobody,” Cosby said.
Williams then asked Cosby about his controversial sexual assault allegations.
Cosby said he was “very innocent” and said he didn’t believe the women who accused him.
“I’m just going to have to listen to this and be patient,” Cosby told Williams.
“It’s funny, you know what I mean?
I don ‘t give f***.””
But this is a long way from being the biggest thing you’ve done,” Williams said.
Cosby said that there were some people who “have to be treated like people,” and he said that was what he was trying to do.
“You know what?
I’m not saying that I am the only one who doesn’t get it, but I have to deal with it,” he added.
“People get angry at me, but at the same time, they can’t take it anymore.”
Cosby also said that the Cosby Show has been on a roll since his alleged sexual assault accusations.