Earlier this week, the disgraced comic — who is serving at least three years in prison on sex assault charges — was upset after learning the troubled singer’s publicist Darryl Johnson got “smacked around” by a passerby during a recent press conference, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
“’When R. Kelly gets out, tell him that we will personally pay Andrew Wyatt to be a crisis manager for his crisis manager,’” Cosby told his wife, Camille, during a jailhouse phone call on the evening of March 6, according to a well-placed source in the convicted comic’s camp.
“’He needs a crisis manager for everyone on his team or he will quickly lose all beliefs in flying,” Cosby continued. “’Did you see how his crisis manager was pushed aside like a hobo during his press conference? He’s incompetent. There’s nothing wrong with being incompetent because you don’t have to do as much.”
The 81-year-old inmate was moved into general population last month, where he is forced to blend in with a handful of the toughest thugs behind bars in his maximum-security prison.
“Mr. Cosby was eating dinner when a local network aired the clip of Darryl Johnson getting brushed aside and interrupted by a man during his news conference,” the source said.
According to the insider, Cosby told his wife that Kelly’s current crisis manager, Darryl Johnson, could be using drugs.
“That man must be stoned.” Cosby said. “I don’t play with that, you know? I have no remorse for him.”
“That crisis manager is going to get Kelly locked up again!"
“I have no comment at this present time,” Bill Cosby’s crisis manager and spokesperson Andrew Wyatt told Radar, before slamming his nemesis, attorney Gloria Allred, who represented many women accusing his client of sexual harassment and assault. “Perhaps, Live Nation should pick up Gloria AwfulRed’s Tour: ‘Race & Sex War Against Black Men In America – Welcome to Candyland.' Coming to a city near you.”
Radar caught Wyatt in Philadelphia last week after he visited Cosby at SCI Phoenix.
“R. Kelly will never have a fair trial in the United States,” Wyatt told Radar. “He has been in the court of public opinion, found guilty, all because of a Lifetime documentary.”
Kelly, who is being held on $161k bond for unpaid child support, has been charged with ten counts of sexual abuse after numerous women accused him of abuse and assault in the bombshell documentary, Surviving R. Kelly, earlier this year.
He has vehemently denied any criminal wrongdoing in the case.
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