The Game, the Compton rapper white people with cornrows can call "nigger" so long as they don't text black emojis, has some other opinions on contentious issues. Specifically the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby. Ready? Ok. He called the accusations "crazy" due to a perceived lack of "...physical evidence or proof besides these womens accounts of what he did to them an entire decade later..."
Even grosser, he drags the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police and citizenry into his rant as examples of the right amount of "evidence": "The people we pay taxes to keep employed are still taking the lives of men, women & even children, ON VIDEO, are out here enjoying the New Year FREE...”
But that's where the irrational and semi-original thoughts end: Game goes on to venerate Cosby's character of Dr. Huxtable as some kind of absolution for Cosby, and questions why his accusers waited so long to come forward. Read between the lines and it's a pretty succinct if unintentional summary of some of the main reasons why Cosby's accusers - and so many like them - keep their trauma a secret.