Apparently, a struggling New York actor named Eric Yearwood revealed to the website that he was paid $200 to star in a separate viral rat video by a woman named — of course — Zardulu. The way Yearwood tells it, Zardulu is a New York-based performance artist and has trained and used rats in other videos, as well.
And the people who filmed and released the "spontaneous" videos can't be found for comment either??
As tough as the city likes to believe it is, the vast majority of people in this video screamed and/or jumped out of the way — with only one person (that we could tell) cheering the Robotic Pizza Rat on to glory!
In what has to be his 150th minute of fame, the rat that crawled his way into everyone's heart may just have had his strangest update yet.
That's because in addition to a sexy Halloweencostume in his likeness, a rumor was going around on Friday that the pizza fiend had been immortalized in the middle of New York with a street named Pizza Rat Boulevard…
After the debate, the GOP nominee explained that he didn't mention the sex scandal for Chelsea Clinton's sake, telling reporters:
"I'm very happy that I was able to hold back on the indiscretions with respect to Bill Clinton. Because I have a lot of respect for Chelsea Clinton and I just didn't want to say what I was going to say."