The Saturday Night Live star reportedly addressed the sexual assault allegations against Cosby during a stand-up show on Monday

By Michael Miller
April 14, 2015 10:15 PM
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Kenan Thompson got serious during a comedy show at the University of Pittsburgh on Monday and addressed the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, according to a report from the college’s student newspaper.

The Saturday Night Live alum, who often impersonates Cosby on the sketch comedy show, called the comedian a “monster” during his act, The Pitt News reports.

The student paper claims Thompson kept the comments “light by doing his renowned Cosby impression.”

Thompson also made reference to the sexual assault allegations against Cosby while parodying the comedian on the SNL 40th Anniversary Special.

Eddie Murphy was offered a chance to impersonate Cosby in the sketch, but turned it down – a gesture for which Cosby later thanked him.

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