Bill Cosby has broken his silence on all the allegations of sexual assault against him… sort of.
In past interviews, the comedian has kept radio silent on the matter, however, on Wednesday night, a previous unreleased clip from the AP shows the actor responding to questions about the alleged rapes.
Much like his interview with NPR, when the comedian and his wife Camille sat down with the Associated Press, their talk focused mainly on art pieces they donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art for a special exhibit.
Near the end of their interview, the reporter hesitantly asks Bill if he had a response to comedian Hannibal Buress' comment of him being a rapist in his stand-up routine.
Instead of shaking his head no and staying silent, he responded with: