Last week, two harpies spotted Geoffrey Owens of ‘The Cosby Show’ working at Trader Joes, and they, of course, made a big deal about how ‘far’ he’s fallen. All across social media, outlets and people were for some reason shocked that an actor like Owens would have a regular job like the rest of us regular Joes.

How out of touch can some people be?

Geoffrey spoke with USA Today.

From USA Today:

Actor Geoffrey Owens, who once played Bill Cosby’s son-in-law Elvin on “The Cosby Show,” says he is proud to work at Trader Joe’s and is unfazed by what he feels is job-shaming.

“It’s really overwhelming in a good way,” Owens shared with Roberts. “I really want to thank everybody out there: family, friends, Hollywood community and the general public for the incredible support, the amazing support and positivity that they’ve shown for me. It’s quite astounding, it’s very encouraging.”

Owens said he felt the reports about his workplace were in fact attempts at job-shaming.

“I was really devastated, but the period of devastation was so short, because so shortly after that, the responses – my wife and I started to read these responses from literally all over the world of support and so, fortunately, the shame part didn’t last very long,” he said.

So there, haters.

People have lost the ability to appreciate a hard day’s work it seems.

Amen.

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