Amid rape claims, what’s the future of Cosby mural at Ben’s Chili Bowl?
January 31, 2016
DC locals debate whether one of the few remaining tributes to the embattled comedian should remain
Since 2012, a mural of comedian and actor Bill Cosby has been a part of Ben's Chili Bowl, a legendary restaurant in Washington, D.C. It's a symbol of the 50-plus years of friendship between Cosby and the restaurant's owners. In fact, Cosby and the Obamas are the only people allowed to eat there for free. In this America Tonight excerpt, DC locals ask: With numerous sexual assault allegations and lawsuits against Cosby still in the headlines, is it time for the mural to come down?