Bill Cosby's daughters released statements on Monday on popular radio show, "The Breakfast Club," in order to try and prove that their dad is not the monster he's been portrayed as in the media.
According to the show's host, Charlamagne tha God, Cosby's team reached out to their show because his daughters, Erinn and Ensa, are faithful listeners and wanted to try and get their message out to fans ahead of Cosby's trial next month after years of allegations that he drugged and raped several women.
The radio show begins with Ensa Cosby explaining who her dad really is as a parent, an entertainer, a philanthropist and an activist.
"The accusations against my father have been one-sided from the beginning. When he tried to defend himself, he was sued in civil court. I've seen the accusations become more horrific and extreme with time and I've witnessed my father's reputation and legendary works be dismissed without any proof. I strongly believe my father is innocent of the crimes that are alleged against him and I believe that racism has played a big role in all aspects of this scandal. How the charges came against him, how people believed them before they were ever scrutinized or tested, how people who questioned the claims were shut down and ignored," Ensa Cosby said.
Ensa pointed out that the court of media also has played a large part in this 2-year ordeal.
"The media created the story and the outcome before any court will ever test the claims. How my father is being punished by a society that still believes that black men rape white women that passes off as 'boys will be boys' when white men are accused. How the politics of our country prove my disgust. My father has been publicly lynched in the media. My family, my young daughter, my young niece and nephew have had to stand helplessly by and watch the double standards of pretending to protect the rights of some, but ignoring the rights of others and exposing innocent children to such appalling accusations about someone they love dearly and who has been so loving and kind to them is beyond cruel."
PHOTOS: Bill Cosby with his wife, Camille
1967, American actor and comedian Bill Cosby and his wife Camille at the premiere of Franco Zeffirelli's film 'La Bisbetica domata' ('The Taming of the Shrew'). (Photo by Getty Images/Getty Images)
Comedian Bill Cosby (C) scanning family scrapbook with his wife Camille (R) and mother (L) . (Photo by Charles H. Phillips/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES - CIRCA 1970: Comedian Bill Cosby and wife Camille Cosby attend an event circa 1970 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - MAY 22: Winner of his first Emmy for 'I Spy' is Bill Cosby being congratulated by his wife Camille held at Americana Hotel. (Photo by Jack Smith/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
NEW YORK CITY - SEPTEMBER 20: Comic Bill Cosby and wife Camille Olivia attending 40th Anniversary of El Morroco Club on September 20, 1978 at El Morroco Club in New York City, New York. (Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage)
American comedian and actor Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille Hanks, attending a charity benefit in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, November 1966. Cosby is smoking a cigar. Hanks is wearing a pill box hat and a matching long-sleeved dress. (Photo by Max B. Miller/Fotos International/Getty Images)
NEW YORK CITY - DECEMBER 16: Comic Bill Cosby and wife Camille Olivia attending the premiere of 'The Color Purple' on December 16, 1985 at Cinema I in New York City, New York. (Photo by Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage)
Bill Cosby and his wife Camille arrive at the memorial service for Miles Davis at St. Peter's Church. (Photo by Paul DeMaria/NY Daily News via Getty Images)
NEW YORK CITY - OCTOBER 2: Comic Bill Cosby and wife Camille Olivia attending the opening of 'Your Arms Are Too Short To Box With God' on October 2, 1982 at the Alvin Theater in New York City, New York. (Photo by Ron Galella/WireImage)
American comedian and actor Bill Cosby at the premiere of Franco Zeffirelli's 'Taming of the Shrew' with his wife Camille, New York, 8th March 1967. (Photo by Frank edwards/Fotos International/Getty Images)
NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 16: Actor Bill Cosby leaves his New York City home accompanied by his wife, Camille (L,) and a young woman with her hands over her face, believed to be one of his four daughters, enroute to Los Angeles, CA, 16 January after his son Enis William Cosby was found shot to death along a California freeway. The young Cosby, 28, was found in a pool of blood after he stopped to change a flat tire. (Photo credit should read BOB STRONG/AFP/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - MAY 18: Bill Cosby and wife Camille talk with pals at a party celebrating the opening of Le Cirque restaurant at its new location at One Beacon Court on E. 58th St. (Photo by Richard Corkery/NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)
Camille O. Cosby and Bill Cosby (Photo by Jesse Grant/WireImage)
LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 02: Comedian Bill Cosby and wife Camille O. Cosby walk backstage during the 38th annual NAACP Image Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on March 2, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for NAACP)
NEW YORK - JUNE 08: Camille and Bill Cosby attends the Apollo Theater's 75th Anniversary Gala at The Apollo Theater on June 8, 2009 in New York City. (Photo by George Napolitano/FilmMagic)
Her sister, Erinn followed up with statements of her own and lamented about the pain the past few years has caused her family.
"Over the last few years, my family has been forced to sit down and watch as our father has been attacked in the media.I love my father and always have and always will. I believe in his innocence and I know how he values me."
The radio show's hosts then went on to debate the statements and also how the media has potentially changed people's perception.
Cosby himself tweeted about the radio segment and thanked his family for their continued support.
Listen to the full segment below: