Bill Cosby Taunted on Twitter for Posting Birthday Message to Wife Camille

Camille Cosby accompanies Bill Cosby to court in September 2018. (Credit: YouTube)

Bill Cosby is locked up, but his Twitter game remains on point.

Cosby — or one of his reps — took to the comedian’s verified Twitter account Wednesday, to send his wife Camille Cosby a birthday message.

“Happy 75th Birthday to my beautiful bride, Camille. Dear, you’re a wonderful mother, loving wife, but most importantly, you’re the strength of this family. Please celebrate your day!” the tweet said.

The post included several pictures of the couple during their 55-year marriage, along with the hashtags #FreeBillCosby and #FarFromFinished.

We’re guessing one of Cosby’s reps posted the tweet since the 81-year-old comedian is legally blind, plus he’s in jail.

Many of Cosby’s followers responded to the tweet by sending Mrs. Cosby birthday blessings, including have a “wonderful day” and “stay strong.”

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But others mocked the comedian for the post.

One person responded with a GIF of President Donald Trump asking: “Can you use Twitter from jail? Asking for a friend.”

Another person wrote: “Weird that this is said in a way that Bill would speak, but he’s in jail so someone else has the job of managing this account.”

Someone else tweeted: “He gave the guards some puddin pops to get some Twitter time.”

In September 2018, Cosby was convicted of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand.

A Pennsylvania judge also declared him a “sexually violent predator,” a classification that means he must register as a sex offender and undergo lifetime counseling. The comedian was sentenced to three to ten years in prison.

Cosby — known to fans as “America’s Dad” — has maintained his innocence and says he is a “political prisoner.”