We all knew it was going to happen, we just knew it… Charles Ramsey, the hero in Cleveland who helped rescue Amanda Berry and two others held in bondage for 10 years, has been auto tuned!
The usual folks over at Schmoyoho have jumped on the current news once again — even though this isn't one of their best works. We feel like they've lost the energy from back when they were doing the original Autotune The News series!
Maybe it's getting stale for them??
Still, they've got a bunch of talent and nobody could do Charles Ramsey better! Look out, Antoine Dodson!
The Cleveland Kidnapper Ariel Castro recently had his bail set at $8 million dollars - which is well deserved.
But police investigators may have found a handwritten letter from Castro from 2004 where the man who kidnapped and held Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus for ten years, expresses remorse for what he has done.
However, at this point the letter has not been released to the public.
One reporter claims to have seen the letter and released a few excerpts from it on his Twitter page.
We started following the gruesome details of the Cleveland kidnapping case as soon as we heard that three victims and a child had been rescued from nearly a decade of bondage. Three men were arrested, and now one (the one viewed as the prime suspect) has been formally charged.
Here's what ABC just said about Ariel Castro (pictured center, above):
#Breaking: Ariel Castro charged with 4 counts of kidnapping, 3 counts of rape. "This is now a pending criminal matter," says prosecution.
Many expect charges to be filed today against Ariel Castro and his two brothers for kidnapping three Cleveland women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, who were rescued on Monday after a decade of imprisonment.
In the meanwhile though - many new and terrible details have emerged about what life was like for the imprisoned girls during their captivity in Castro's house - which was only several blocks away from where two of the girls were kidnapped originally.
Giuliana Rancic has recently come under fire for making racist remarks about Zendaya's hair. Although she has since apologized, and Zendaya accepted said apology, there might be even more reasons for G to say she's sorry!
In a reportedly unedited video clip of the Fashion Police segment, Giuliana can be seen further criticizing Zendaya's hair by saying that her 'do looks "really heavy – it overwhelms her, and it's just too boho."
After making the peace sign symbol, Giuliana went on to eventually make her now infamous "patchouli," and "weed" comments: