The Liberty University choir does a beautiful Christmas carol rendition of “The Bed Intruder Song.” The best bit comes in at 3:30 mark.
This shows just how the meme is expandable to cover many creative outlets.
His fame is still burning hot.
LOL at the presence of a sex offender inside the igloo haha.
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No, the typo was intentional.. because of this picture.
It seems that the Antoine Dodson Halloween costume is picking up.
I thought I’d get tired of this meme but it’s still funny. Now it’s associated with Peter Pan for obvious reasons.
Hide Your Belongings..
.. cuz they be rapin everyone round here.
This sign is riding on Antoine Dodson’s warning meme.
Well looks like not only Antoine Dodson became famous, he has dragged Linkin Park’s reputation through the mud as well. Someone needs to know why people are saying there’s a rapist in Linkin Park… actually it’s Lincoln Park, Alabama. It was uttered by Antoine Dodson during his now-famous tv breakout scene.
So don’t worry, there is a rapper in the band but no rapist.
Well – Antoine “they’re rapin everybody out here” Dodson has gotten enough money from the sale of his auto-tuned song and tshirts to move his family out of the projects! Woah… I think karma has worked for his family and hope his sister can overcome the trauma now that they’re not living there anymore.
When Dodson’s sister was attacked in her room in a Huntsville, Alabama housing project a few weeks ago, the family never could have guessed that the event would actually help them move out of the area. Well, it wasn’t the attack exactly, but the local news report about it.
Dodson gave an impassioned, and hilarious, rant to the camera. The rant (“he’s climbing in your windows, he’s snatching your people up”) became the subject of a web video that added auto-tune to create a catchy song of summer. It has 12 million views. (See it below.) Almost overnight, Dodson, a 24-year-old community college student, was an internet meme.
The proceeds from the sale of that song on iTunes, and other merchandise like t-shirts, have enabled Dodson to move his family out of the housing development where his sister was attacked. Both he and his sister Kelly, the victim, say that the circumstances behind the song weren’t funny at all, but they are thankful that it has enabled them to make “a nice amount of money,” as Dodson told ABC News.
“It was enough to move my family from the projects,” he said.
Here’s the song again:
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