HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 13: Lisa Bonet attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Justice League" at Dolby Theatre on November 13, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)
We’ve heard about the ups and downs Lisa Bonet had on the set of The Cosby Show and A Different World years ago when she played Denise Huxtable daughter to everyone’s favorite dad Heathcliff Huxtable.
Well, Mrs. Momoa is speaking out just a bit more about her time on the set of the most famous TV shows of all time.
In a recent interview with Net-A-Porter, she talked about Bill Cosby’s “energy”.
It was interesting when the interviewer asked her if the allegations of sexual misconduct “tainted her memory of those years”. The mother of three responded, “No, it’s exactly as I remember it.”
She clarified her statement by saying she had no knowledge of “specific actions” but she says, “There was just energy. And that type of sinister shadow energy cannot be concealed.”
Bonet goes on to say that if she had anything else to reveal she would have a long time ago.
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Zoë Kravitz, Bonet’s daughter with ex-husband Lenny Kravitz, Michael Fassbender, and several other stars attended the quiet ceremony at their house in Topanga, California, according to Us Weekly.
The publication reported that, according to a Facebook user who saw a friend’s pictures from the wedding online, Momoa was said to be wearing an unbuttoned white shirt and a lei while his hair was in a man bun, one of his signature hairstyles. The Facebook user’s friend said that Bonet “looked beautiful.” Some of the guests performed a traditional Māori haka for Bonet.
Momoa, whose father is native Hawaiian, can also be found performing a haka in several videos on his Instagram.
One Memphis family is paying the same tribute to its parents, who celebrated 40 years of marriage on Christmas Day.
Frankie and Luella Patrick married on Dec. 25, 1977. The couple went on to have three children and five grandchildren, and they were pleasantly surprised when their family reenacted the “Cosby” performance in their honor.
The video was posted online and has since gone viral, with over 1 million views and nearly 30,000 shares on Facebook.
“Following the results of a qualitative research study which indicated demand from a vast majority of Bounce viewers to see 'The Cosby Show' on television again, the network has made the decision to begin airing the series next month. While we take very seriously the accusations against Bill Cosby, our research showed that African-American consumers see a distinction between Bill Cosby, the man, and the iconic TV character Cliff Huxtable. Research and direct viewer feedback were the deciding factors in the network’s decision to move forward. The desire among African-Americans to see the show on TV again is being reinforced on social media based upon overwhelmingly positive viewer response since the announcement.”
The network announced its decision to return “Cosby” to the air via social media: