If Bill Cosby thinks he’s been getting a bad rap with the sexual assault scandal surrounding him, maybe he should try this rap on for size.
Chloe Goins, one of the dozens of women who have accused Cosby of rape or sexual assault, is going on the attack against her alleged assailant with a new rap song, “Hypocritical Bill,” which will be available for pre-sale soon via iTunes before its worldwide release on Feb. 5.
Goins, who claims that Cosby sexually assaulted her at the Playboy mansion in 2008, filed a police report early last year. However, this month the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office said that it has declined to prosecute Cosby based on Goins’ claims and those of another accuser.
Now Goins — under the nom du rap Chlo-Chlo — is seeking her revenge in musical form.
“The criminal justice system has failed me in the pursuit of justice against Bill Cosby. But my spirit can never be broken,” Goins said of the track. “I may not be the one to put him behind bars, but this song will haunt him forever. I wrote this song in dedication to the dozens of other women who will never see justice, as a reminder to them to stand up for themselves.”
The song, produced by Jammin’ J via Always a Hit Productions, includes lines such as, “I guess you think you’re pretty slick, huh, making sure you drugged us thinking that we would forget ya/But we didn’t, now everyone knows/you’ll be getting protested and booed at your shows.”
Goins goes on to vow, “It’s not going away, it’s time to face the facts/I can guarantee that you’ll never make a comeback.”
Listen to a sample of “Hypocritical Bill” below.