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Top Twenty Twitter Responses to Bill Cosby's "Meme Me" Invitation

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Late last month, we told you about rape allegations against Bill Cosby made by Barbara Bowman, who was raised in Denver and says her own negative experiences with the entertainer started right here. Bowman's claims put renewed scrutiny on similar allegations lodged against Cosby over the years -- yet inexplicably, the folks managing Cosby's Twitter account decided the time was right to invite followers to create memes about him. "Meme me!" the now-deleted post read.

Twitter Nation did -- and predictably, the lion's share of the memes were about the sex-assault accusations. See our picks for the twenty most memorable memes below.

See also: Barbara Bowman's Story of Alleged Rape by Bill Cosby Begins in Denver

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