Like almost everyone else in the world right now, Jimmy Kimmel is in Austin for SXSW this week. He had on Hannibal Buress last night, and although he’s usually reluctant to talk about the whole situation with Bill Cosby (well, now, anyway), Buress opened up when Kimmel asked about the fallout to his stand-up act that turned the nation against Cosby. It’s totally true that the only thing more awkward than getting death threats from a male bodybuilder/stripper is realizing that you have a mutual Facebook friend with that person. Not that I would know from experience or anything.
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