Bill Cosby's upcoming interview on The Queen Latifah Show was cancelled one week after the comedian's history of sexual abuse allegations was re-hashed.
Cosby came under fire last week after comedian Hannibal Buress reminded the audience during one of his stand-up sets that Cosby has been accused of rape by 13 women over the course of years.
There were no new allegations against The Cosby Show alum, but it got people talking.
Cosby was scheduled to be interviewed by Latifah, but production sources told TMZ the show didn't want to be associated with the controversy.
A spokesperson for The Queen Latifah Show later said the cancelation came upon request from Cosby's camp.
"Mr. Cosby's scheduled appearance on The Queen Latifah Show was postponed at his request and was in no way related to any of our recent or upcoming scheduled guests."
Cosby has never been officially charged or convicted of sexual assault, though he has faced civil suits.