Snoop Dogg stood up for Bill Cosby, Kobe Bryant and Michael Jackson in response to Gayle King’s recent interview with WNBA legend Lisa Leslie, while blasting King and Oprah Winfrey in the process.

In response, Cosby tweeted Snoop from prison, thanking him for his support. Sports journalist Jemele Hill appeared to be shocked by what she was seeing and headed to Twitter to voice her concerns, beginning with, “I’mma just go sit down somewhere.”

Hill followed up with an article about former supermodel Beverly Johnson, one of Cosby’s accusers.

“For those still supporting Bill Cosby, is the first-person account of Beverly Johnson, the first black supermodel, saying Cosby drugged her and attempted to rape her enough for you to stop acting like Cosby is suffering an injustice?” she wrote.

In a third tweet, Hill reminded Snoop the disgraced comedian was the same man who once criticized Hip Hop.

“Bill Cosby was the same dude telling black men they didn’t deserve any respect because they wore their pants too low, they listened to hip hop, and cussed too much,” she added. “But please, come to the defense of someone who loved to moralize to our community while raping women.”

Hill also addressed Snoop directly in the comment section of his original Instagram post calling for Cosby’s freedom.

“I love you bro, but please remember that Bill Cosby also victimized black women,” she said. “I’m glad he was able to present a positive picture of a black Dad, but he also was very anti-black in other parts of his life.”

Cosby is currently serving three to 10 years in prison after being convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his Philadelphia home in 2004. Constand is one of dozens of women who have accused Cosby of sexual assault.