Bill Cosby returned to the stage for his first performance since his explosive rape trial. Click through RadarOnline.com's gallery to watch the disgraced comedian work the crowd after his shocking sexual assault accusations.
Bill Cosby is not backing down after his scandalous rape trial.
This Monday evening, the 80-year-old TV star played drums with the Tony Williams Jazz Quartet at the Lorosa Jazz Club.
The Philadelphia performance was Cosby's tribute to legendary jazz musician Tony Williams.
When the 11-year-old son of the bass player asked Cosby what he did, during the set, Cosby replied: "I used to be a comedian."
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After Constand's claims, Cosby Show star was accused of drugging and assaulting over 50 other women.
The District Attorney then requested that 19 additional women be allowed to testify at the April 2 retrial.
During his surprise performance, Bill Cosby was only interrupted by one female protestor. He held up a sign that read "Perseverance to all survivors." What do you think of the comedian's recent performance after his rape trial? Sound off in the comments below.
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