Not all of Bill Cosby's fellow inmates are fond of the disgraced funnyman!
Nearly two weeks after he was thrown behind bars for drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand, the 81-year-old felon became the target of a food fight, RadarOnline,com can exclusively report.
According to a source, he was slapped in the face with an air-born chicken patty!
"Mr. Cosby cracked a joke to another inmate by the infirmary, and that inmate was mad enough to take his chicken out of the bun and plunge it at him," the source said.
This marks the second time an inmate used their food as a weapon. Radar can report that Cosby was slapped in the head with a stale hot dog bun within minutes of arriving to his initial jail on September 25.
"The way I see it, you have to be very angry to throw your meal in jail because I don't think you get seconds," the insider told Radar. "Mr. Cosby told us last week that the chicken patty was the best meal he had so far at SCI Phoenix … so that says a lot."
Though he's made enemies, some of the inmates respect Cosby, Radar previously reported.
"They're calling him the 'OG' — lingo for 'original gangster,'" a source said one day after he arrived to SCI Phoenix.
In addition to noshing on chicken sandwiches, the shamed comic tried pudding for the first time behind bars — despite being a Jell-O pitchman for decades earlier in his career!
According to the insider, the criminal wasn't satisfied with the taste of the prison pudding, which as Radar previously reported, is available via the commissary.
"He told us on the phone over the weekend 'I was promoting THIS garbage?!'" the insider revealed. "It tastes like something you give a lizard!"
"We were caught by surprise," the insider continued. "We never asked him: 'Hey, Mr. Cosby, have you ever tried pudding or Jell-O?' I never saw him and I don't think anybody else ever saw him eating pudding or Jell-O, but I was pretty damn shocked when he told us he tried it and it wasn't what he expected."
Though Cosby and his team are fighting his sentence tooth and nail, he was ordered to remain in prison for three to 10 years.
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