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Updated Wed., Nov. 11, 8:35 a.m. EST: As of late last night, Cosby’s original tweet and the meme generator have been deleted.

Earlier:

Do Bill Cosby and his people not know how the Internet works? Are they unaware how #blacktwitter works? Were they not around when #AskRKelly backfired? This evening the Cos posted a tweet telling people he can now be turned into a meme via his website.

https://twitter.com/BillCosby/status/531938991990247424

How do you spell ‚Äúbad idea‚ÄĚ?

Sure enough, when you put out a call on social media, the Internet answers, oh so eloquently.

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https://twitter.com/jujoffer/status/531956894328692736https://twitter.com/imadeintruth/status/531945055683350530https://twitter.com/matthewbramlett/status/531941316372860929https://twitter.com/rustymk2/status/531943806958989313https://twitter.com/Sauniell/status/531942960879763456https://twitter.com/SimplyBerry/status/531950116094365696https://twitter.com/YeshaCallahan/status/531941844494864384

Cosby, who has recently been reliving rape allegations from the 1980s and ’90s, got the black Twitter treatment. Let’s just say the memes are probably not what he or his team expected.

Something tells me there’s a job opening on Bill Cosby’s social media team. Fail of the year.