I don’t believe in god, but I do believe in this man.
The U.S. has a homeless man got a second chance after a reporter in Ohio discovered his voice and put a video on Youtube.
Ted Williams, 53, worked previously as a radio presenter, but his life wrecked by years of drinking and drug abuse. After ten years on the street, he started to make sense of life.
Detection of reporter
There was a reporter who discovered Williams as he stood beside the road and held up a sign. The plaque had Williams wrote that he had a "God-given voice" and asked for help.
When the reporter heard the Williams voice amazed him and put out a video on Youtube with the former radio announcer.
The clip was a success, Williams has now been a full time job as a presenter for the basketball team the Cleveland Cavaliers.
"I feel like Susan Boyle and Justin Bieber," said Ted Williams to the Columbus Dispatch, the newspaper that discovered him. Boyle and Bieber are other phenomena that have become large, partly because of Youtube.
Williams is recovering after two years and have now visited his mother for the first time in twenty years.
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