In light of Bill Cosby's recent rape allegations, Judd Apatow has been adamant on Twitter about how much he detests the comedian. But Black-ish creator Kenya Barris finds the director's public tirades a little odd. Barris sent a series of tweets on Monday night, criticizing his peer for what he calls a "strangely obsessive" campaign against Cosby.

Unfortunately, Barris' argument banks on the fact that Cosby could possibly be innocent. But he also carped on Apatow's seemingly one-dimensional portrayal of black men in his films (a valid point, though most of the men in those films are caricatures). Barris' tweets:

Apatow does seem to choose his battles based on privilege, but Cosby is clearly fair game for criticism. Barris ended by complimenting Apatow:

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