MOBILE, Ala. - A rep for Bill Cosby says there's a statement circulating online that in no way came from comedian.
The statement is posted on Facebook and titled "I'm 83 and I'm tired." It attempts to claim that Cosby says he's worked his whole life and is tired of people arguing that there is a need to redistribute wealth to low income communities.
Cosby's rep says the statement has been out there for awhile and is completely "bogus."
There are lots of sad 'little monsters' recently as Lady Gaga cancels the remainder of her "Born This Way Ball" tour after a crippling injury that requires surgery. Gaga has a tear in her hip, a severe case of inflammation of the joints, and she can't walk.
She tweeted that she's been hiding the pain for a while now, and that she's "completely devastated" about canceling the shows, also asking her fans for forgiveness.
If you've got nearly $10,000 to spare, then what may be the "Rolls Royce" of smartphones could be yours. The Vertu unveiled its 'TI' luxury smartphone this week.
It has a sapphire-crystal screen which the company says is virtually scratch-proof, along with a titanium casing. It even has a concierge available at the touch of a button. Android was chosen for the operating system.
The starting price: $9,600 dollars. Depending on your design, that price can climb to nearly $20,000.
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