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Kevin Michael Richardson: The Bear With The Deep Bass Voice

I shared a clip of Cleveland Jr.’s rap battle with Kanye West from my Tumblr page, which then led me to the making of said rap battle in this video:

And the rest was history.  I discovered Mr. Kevin Michael Richardson and he’s definitely dreamy (at a quick glance, I thought he was James Monroe Iglehart).  And what caught my attention was his unbelievably sexy deep bass voice.  Check him out singing from the canceled show, “The Knights Of Prosperity” (I probably would have watched if I had known that he was in it):

His character’s name was Rockefeller Butts.

And check out his Wikipedia’s description of his work.  As an animation/gaming geek, this blurb is quite orgasmic:

Richardson has usually portrayed villainous characters due to his deep voice.

His credits include Captain Gantu from Lilo & Stitch, Goro in Mortal Kombat, the second voice of Skulker on Danny Phantom, Sarevok in the Baldur’s Gate series, Jolee Bindo in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Crunch Bandicoot in two of the Crash Bandicoot games, Tartarus from Halo 2, The Joker in The Batman, Ultimate Supreme Executive Chairman Drek in Ratchet & Clank, Antauri in Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, Openly Gator from Queer Duck, Barney Rubblefrom modern-day animated series and movies based upon The Flintstones, Maurice the Aye-Aye from The Penguins of Madagascar, the unbeatable guardian of the time portal in Samurai Jack, and the voice of Exile in the late ’90s cartoon Road Rovers.

He often plays characters based on and satirizing comedian Bill Cosby, such as on Family Guy (with the voice of Jerome in the 7th episode of the 8th season) and The Boondocks. He also voices Cleveland Brown, Jr. and Lester Krinklesac in The Cleveland Show.

Finally, here are more woofy photos of Kevin Michael Richardson:

Nonso Anozie: Woofy Black Bear Needs Help

I just got this email today:

FROM: Dr Altaka Yurmani

Central Bank of Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria


Get Me Out of Here!


Col. Nonso Anozie in Nigeria sends you an email claiming that the Nigerian government was just overturned.  He is presently under house arrest and his assets have been frozen by the new regime.  He needs to transfer a total sum of US$60M to an offshore non-resident bank account.


In order for him to do so he needs you to sign a document as “next to kin” and pay $200 a day to ensure his safety until the funds can be wire-transferred to your account.  To avoid any interruption he needs a “small” advancement fee (approximately 30 days worth) until the wire transfer is completed.


He claims that upon completion of the wire transfer to you, he will somehow find a way to escape Nigeria and move in with you to do whatever you want with him.  You will also be entitled to 10%, or $6 million, for your troubles.  He insists that as this is a life or death matter the entire transaction must be completed within two weeks.  And heaven forbid he should be killed, leaving you with all the money.  He provides you with a fax copy of the Bilateral Agreement between himself and the Securities Investor Protection Corporation in Johannesburg, South Africa and some other qualifying affidavits.


Look, I know that there’s a lot of scams out there, but with my intellect I can easily tell that this is not a scam at all.  I’m on my way to send my money to Western Union (because they also provide services to Colonels who are under house arrests)…

Seriously, those are photos of the woofy and handsome Nonso Anozie in a theatre production of “Othello.”  He has more photos from the film The Last Legion on this link (but it’s a bit spoilerific, so don’t check it out if you plan on watching the movie).  He is extremely cute and he reminds me of a chubbier Robert “The Tractor” Traylor