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In almost all of his adolescent works, he presents himself as an openly gay and effeminate Southerner in a "small-minded town" in the Bible Belt.
Using "Crocker" as a stage name, he kept his exact location private due to safety concerns and death threats in response to his You Tube and Myspace video blogs and profile until he was no longer a teenager.
Morgan, Sam Riddle, Charlie Tuna, Humble Harve, The Real Don Steele, Johnny Williams. This photo represents my "psychodelic, time-trippin'" homage to Humble Harve. But to those who still remember, and those who would like to experience the highest rated music station in the nation during the 60's, the following sound clip will take you on a journey spanning 20 years. The KHJ jingles -- those Johnny Mann singers -- are here for one more show. Duel [6.5MB] I always dug Steele and was deeply saddened to hear of his passing on August 5, 1997.
I never got the chance to work at KHJ, but I sure have some wonderful memories anyway. The Real Don Steele was to radio what Mick Jagger is to rock music.
Crocker gained fame in September 2007 from his viral video "Leave Britney Alone!
", in which he tearfully defended pop singer Britney Spears' comeback performance at the MTV Video Music Awards; his video received over four million views in two days.
Although sometimes shown in conjunction with news footage of Spears' performance, the "pure performance art" video became its own story, with the news media and the gossip industry offering opinions on the phenomenon, joking that Crocker could be "an insidious satiric mastermind" and comparing him to Andy Kaufman.
Crocker stated that although he is often acting in his videos, his emotions were genuine and "straight from the heart"; although he described the clip as a "second take" in one interview, he clarified on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
and Rosie O'Donnell was right about FOX "News" (originally posted as "Dear Fox 'News'") – addressing what he characterized as biased treatment while he called Fox News the "Republican, conservative, homophobic channel".Crocker later found another online forum, where his acting skills helped him blend in on a free phone party line run out of Los Angeles "filled with flaming black men, black drag queens, and trannies from Compton", where he was outed as white and dubbed "Cracker".Although his video defending Britney Spears drew the attention of the wider public, Crocker had already become one of the most-watched video producers on My Space and You Tube, having gathered what MSNBC described as a "cult following".In "Leave Britney Alone pt.1", an emotional Crocker stated that he did not want fellow Southerner, the video had been viewed over 35 million times and has accumulated a total of over 500,000 comments.It is just a few seconds shorter than the second part, and Crocker, although emotional, remains relatively calm and composed, becoming teary only at the very end.