As you all know, I’m a thug. I make babies cry by mean mugging them. I punch teddy bears just because. However, there are certain things that grab my attention and render my thug obsolete. Some stuff makes my thug pick up its’ luggage and go on vacation. These are things that sometimes make my eye allergies act up. So I introduce you to my new series: “Thug Murker of the Week.” These will be such things.
The first one is Ted Williams. Have you heard about him? Wells, he’s a homeless dude who stands on the corner and begs for change. A reporter from the Columbia Dispatch was driving earlier this week when he saw Ted begging for money on the corner with a sign that said he had a “golden radio voice.” The reporter stopped to talked to him and he showed it off. Watch below.
His voice is AMAZEBALLS!!! OMG! It’s like touched by the nectar of the Gods and coated with unicorn tears. WOWWWWW!!! I don’t even listen to the radio, but let that voice be on it all the time and I just may.
Now, he’s been sent tons of job offers, including one from the Cleveland Cavaliers, MSNBC and everything. He even had companies offering him houses, trips and all’at good stuff. Aaaawwwww!!! So Ted’s gifted voice has gotten him off the streets and has led to him reconciling with his mother, who he hadn’t seen in 20 years because of his substance abuse problems.
Even after all the job offers and everything, he couldn’t travel the first day because he had no ID card. He had to go to court to get his birth certificate and everything. And now, he has done interviews everywhere. He’s cut his hair and he’s looking sharp. Folks even said he lowkey looks like President Obama.
Anywho, watch this interview that Ted did with the CBS Early Show.
*thug begins to wade in the water*
This is just so BEAUTIFUL! I love stuff like this. Life is giving Ted a second chance, and it looks like he’s taking it and running with it.
I’m all verklempt. Talk amongst yourselves. Topic: Why must I be so touched by this? Discuss.
Have y’all seen this? Whatcha think? Isn’t his voice made of awesome and win?
Read more about Ted Williams at the Huffington Post