Kentucky running back Benny Snell is a man of many diverse interests and talents. Whether it’s starring out of the backfield for Mark Stoops’ Wildcats, or showcasing his skills as a rapper called “Benny Tha Bandit,” the Kentucky sophomore seems to lead a fascinating life.
Snell’s legend climbed up another notch on Saturday, as he took a video of himself hanging out with Ted “Golden Voice” Williams, a former homeless man who became a viral video star before becoming the voice of Kraft Foods:
— MrSnell Ya Later💂🏽 (@benny_snell) July 1, 2017
Back in 2011, Williams became an internet sensation when he and his incredible voice were discovered by The Columbus Dispatch in Ohio, where he was homeless at the time. After Williams’ popularity exploded, he received several job offers to do voiceover work, ultimately finding a position with Kraft.