The Olympics swimmer recently sat down with Matt Lauer to apologize not even a week after he lied straight to the NBC anchor's face — admitting he acted like a "drunk frat boy" who had "too much to drink" and "exaggerated" the events of the night.
Thankfully, the creative folks behind the YouTube channel Schmoyoho — the people who famously "songified" Antonie Dondson's Hide Yo Kids news clip — gave Lochte's weepy interview the same musical treatment!
If for some reason you're unaware of #LochteGate, US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has come under A TON of heat after claiming he was robbed at gunpoint in Rio — and now we know his story isn't EXACTLY true!
While Ryan has his own theory about the security footage AND we learned there's a chance that those teammates DID NOT say the robbery was a lie, the gold medalist — safely in the U.S. — is busy having some fun on social media!
On Thursday, the buff athlete posted a now deleted video in which he wishes fellow USA teammate Elizabeth Beisel a happy birthday!
Though the video is deleted, Bradd Jaffy, a senior news editor and writer for NBC Nightly News, took to Twitter to share the news as well as a screenshot of the video (below):
The Alpha Delta Phi fraternity member's Facebook page has been deactivated. His sparsely used Twitter account doesn't offer much insight — though his background photo of an extreme closeup of teeth (above) is kind of creepy, considering…
UPDATE 7:41 PM EST: Officials confirmed in a press conference that the YouTube video was actually posted by the climber, a 20-year-old from Virginia.
One man captured the world's attention when he began scaling the side of Trump Tower in New York City.
But, it seems like he really only wanted one person to pay attention… Donald Trump. Just a day before the climber pulled his death-defying stunt on Fifth Avenue, he apparently uploaded a YouTube video about the scary feat!
The police have identified the man as Steve from Virginia, and the new clip seems to show him in a black hoodie, addressing the Republican nominee in a video titled Message To Mr. Trump (Why I Climbed Your Tower).
In the vid, the supposed climber explains that he's not facing the camera and has his hood pulled over his head because he'd "rather not be recognizable."
The man went on to vaguely reveal why he chose to scale Trump Tower, saying: