Here’s a story to warm up your day.
A homeless man in Columbus, Ohio, with a rich, golden voice, has landed a spot on a local radio station, a job with the Cleveland Cavaliers, and a house. Not bad for a day’s work!
A reporter from the Columbus Dispatch came across Ted Williams panhandling near a freeway in that city. The reporter made an interview with Williams, demonstrating the power of his voice, and it immediately went viral on YouTube.
An Internet video of a homeless man showing off his self-described “God-given gift of a great voice” has landed him a spot on a local radio show, a dream job with the Cleveland Cavaliers and a house.
“The Cleveland Cavaliers just offered me a full-time job and a house! A house! A house!” Ted Williams said while appearing on a morning radio show in Columbus, Ohio, called Dave and Jimmy.
Williams was offered the job and free home by a caller to the show who said she represented the Cavaliers, the New York Post reported.
Check out the video below and you’ll see what all the fuss is about!
Photo credit: Creative Commons - Keith Allison
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