Charles Ramsey "Pretty Little White Girl" OFFICIAL Music Video

Charles Ramsey "Pretty Little White Girl" OFFICIAL Music Video




original Charles Ramsey Interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axCn04iXkBg
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Charles Ramsey Remix "Pretty Little White Girl"
Charles Ramsey Remix "Pretty Little White Girl"
Charles Ramsey Remix "Pretty Little White Girl"
Charles Ramsey Remix "Pretty Little White Girl"
Charles Ramsey Remix "Pretty Little White Girl"
(CNN) -- It's a horrifying tale: Three young women are held captive for nearly a decade, spending some of that time in chains.
But in the story of their dramatic escape from a Cleveland home last Monday, an Internet star has emerged. Charles Ramsey, the man who, along with fellow neighbor Angel Cordero, helped rescue victim Amanda Berry, has gone from struggling dishwasher to viral sensation overnight.
Ramsey's role in the rescue -- he heard Berry screaming and, thinking she was escaping a domestic dispute, kicked open a door for her -- has made him a hero to many.
But his straight-shooting retelling of the story, with its colorful asides and sometimes-profane vernacular, is what's captivated a Web where nothing is sacred and front-page news becomes meme-worthy amusement at lightning speed.
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"The Internet likes to celebrate our heroes," said Ben Huh, CEO of The Cheezburger Network, which includes the site Know Your Meme. A video of Ramsey was the top item on the site Wednesday. "In our own way, this is our celebration of Charles Ramsey."
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"My neighbor's got big testicles because we see this dude every day," goes one oft-repeated line. "We eat ribs with this dude."
Several images of Ramsey had popped up by Wednesday on Meme Generator, a site that lets people add presumably humorous text to stock photos. And, in another Web certainty for overnight sensations, he's had several fake (or, if you prefer, parody) accounts created in his name on Twitter.
Speaking of Twitter, McDonald's didn't waste any time getting mileage off of the story after Ramsey repeatedly said he was eating food from the chain when he heard Berry's screams.
"We salute the courage of Ohio kidnap victims & respect their privacy," the company tweeted Tuesday from its corporate account. Way to go Charles Ramsey- we'll be in touch."
But if much of the online attention was designed to turn Ramsey into entertainment, some of it was just to say "thank you."
At least two fundraising efforts are under way on GoFundMe, an online fundraising site.
One, titled "Thank You Charles Ramsey," had already topped its goal of $10,000 in little over a day early Thursday. Its creator, Robby Russell of Portland, Oregon, promises to deliver the funds to Ramsey and document the donation.
"Thank you for doing what you did ... thank you for the fantastic interviews," Russell wrote. "You made our day. Sincerely, The Internet."
There was another effort on the site but, as of Wednesday morning, it hadn't received any donations.
For his part, Ramsey has said that, despite sometimes struggling financially, he would give any reward money he receives to the victims.
Praise for Ramsey appeared to only cool off marginally Thursday as reports surfaced that he did prison time in the '90s, and again about a decade ago, on domestic abuse charges and for drug and trespassing arrests.
Ramsey himself referenced his past in at least one interview, and many online seemed willing to give him credit for paying for his crimes and perhaps redeeming them, at least in part.
"Ramsey did horrible things 10 years ago. He was a hero on May 6, 2013," Kirsten West Savali wrote for News One, a news site "for black America." "He served time for the former; he should be allowed to serve time as the latter."

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