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Kevin Antoine Dodson is a Huntsville, Alabama resident who was famously interviewed by NBC affiliate WAFF News  in a news clip about the local police searching for a man who broke into the Dodsons' home and then tried to assault one of his sisters in bed. After the video went viral in mid, an autotuned remix of the interview by Schmoyoho widely circulated online, gathering more than million views over the next seven years. According to the news story, that Wednesday morning, Kelly Dodson woke up to an intruder in her bed. The woman's brother, Antoine Dodson, rushed to her room after hearing his sister scream. After a brief struggle, the intruder escaped through a window. Antoine said the suspect left behind his shirt and fingerprints.
The year is The Deepwater oil spill is caused an environmental disaster, Wikileaks published thousands of documents pertaining to military wrongdoing by whistleblower Chelsea Manning, and Antoine Dodson became a meme when he spoke to a local TV reporter after his sister was attacked in their home. His interview went viral, in part because of his righteous fury, but mostly because of the flamboyance with he delivered lines like "run and tell that, homeboy! Once the remix was uploaded, Dodson's popularity exploded. The song hit the Billboard Hot chart; it eventually went Platinum. Money from sales and licensing of the song allowed his family to move out of subsidized housing. For a while, it seemed like Dodson's newfound fame would keep him in the public eye.
In , while a resident of the Lincoln Park housing project in Huntsville, Alabama , he gave an interview on local television news prompted by the report of a home invasion and attempted rape of his sister. The video of the interview caught attention because of the passionate and flamboyant style of his delivery, speaking directly to the camera, in which he directly addressed his neighborhood's residents as well as the attempted rapist, and his use of vernacular. Some local viewers phoned the television station to complain that interviews with people such as Dodson reflected poorly on the community,   whereupon the station defended broadcasting the interview by stating that censoring such people is "far worse". The video of Dodson's television interview gained sudden popularity and then inspired several musical remixes , including a video by musical group The Gregory Brothers , known as the " Bed Intruder Song ".