Bill Cosby accuser Chloe Goins releases diss track

Chloe Goins, 25, isn’t thrilled that the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office has rejected her claims against Bill Cosby. So, she found another way to retaliate.

This week, the former Las Vegas dancer, who has accused “The Cosby Show” alum of sexually assaulting her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008, has decided to launch a singing career – and her first single, “Bill Cosby: Diss-Record,” is a hip-hop diss track attacking the legendary comedian and his alleged sexual crimes.

Goins, aka Chlo-Chlo, sings: “Hey Bill, bet’cha 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 keep getting protested and booed out ya shows. You kept on for all these years, too bad for you your victims were women with voices to hear. It’s not going away it’s time to face the facts, I can guarantee that you’ll never make a come back.”

Believe it or not, Goins already has a record deal. According to Always A Hit Productions’ Facebook page, Goins has been working in the studio alongside producer Jammin’ J, who’s no doubt hoping to gain some exposure of his own. The track in its entirety will be released later this week via iTunes and other major online music retailers, with a portion of the sales donated to a nonprofit organization benefiting sexual assault victims.

In case you missed it, on Wednesday, Jan. 8, Cosby, 78, was told that he will not be prosecuted in Los Angeles for the assault on Goins, which allegedly occurred at Hugh Hefner’s home (which was recently placed on the market) nearly a decade ago.

R. Hawkins
R. Hawkins

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