If Ever A Movie About Someone’s Life Is To Be Made, It Shouldn’t Be About Bieber

Screw Bieber.

No, I wouldn’t screw him even if he was the last girl on Earth. And if ever another movie is to be made about a real person, it should be of this guy:

Ted Williams - courtesy of Johann Generao

Ted Williams, the man with the golden radio voice – courtesy of courtesy of Johann Generao

Ted was a homeless guy who was discovered on a YouTube clip of a news report from Columbus Dispatch. According to Ted, a Brooklyn-born panhandler, he made the mistake of doing drugs and drinks, and that got him roaming on the streets; and as a result, never saw his mother for 20 years.

See the interview with Ted’s mother when she discovered his overnight fame

Since becoming an overnight Internet sensation, CNN affiliate, WEWS, reported that the Cleveland Cavaliers have offered Ted a job and a house.

Ted has since been reunited with his mother: click here

Watch his interview on WNCI here

If there is a movie to be made of someone who is an overnight success, it should be of Ted Williams, the humble guy who is always thankful to God.