"Some would go. No I wouldn't go because, you know, I feel like if you're going to stand for something, stand for something that's right and be good and honest about it, not just beating around the bush," explained Marshall.
National Artists Corporation is the company promoting the tour. A spokesperson didn't have a comment about the allegations but says Cosby's shows have been selling out with great reviews.
"At the end of the day he is a good comedian and he has stood for many positive things, other topics. So there's been other things that he has done that has been good," said Joseph Daniels of Jackson.
The show is scheduled for February 26. Ticket prices range from $40 to $75 dollars on Ticketmaster.
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