During a stand-up set in 2014, comedian Hannibal Buress levied a blunt accusation at Bill Cosby that intensified the media’s attention to allegations of rape and sexual assault against him.
Hannibal Buress successfully annoyed a group of PETA protesters by asking them questions about their vegan lifestyle and the joys of meat-eating.
Hannibal Buress’ new weekly Comedy Central series Why? premiered on Wednesday night and featured a bit where the host comes face to face with a trash-talking Twitter troll with the handle @NotAFannibal.
"I get a lot of messages from people about it," Hannibal Buress told Jimmy Kimmel Wednesday night in reference to his routine about Bill Cosby's history of sexually assaulting women. But they can be funny! (Well, funny because he is.)
Hannibal Buress is getting his own weekly half-hour show on Comedy Central and the title, Why, is basically the same as my non-existent memoir. Deadline reports that "the comedian will provide his perspective on each week's zeitgeist-driven topic" on the show, which will also incorporate his stand-up and feature…
Barbara Bowman, one of the women who has accused Bill Cosby of rape asked a great question; Why did it take Hannibal Buress' joke about Cosby's respectability politics clashing with his sexual assault allegations to make her story "go viral"?
Thanks to The Cosby Show, Fat Albert and standup, Bill Cosby has become one of today's most beloved public figures. Of course, mixed up in his celebrated entertainment career are over a dozen instances where Cosby allegedly drugged and raped various women — but that's the part that most people would rather not…