Remember This Homeless Guy? Check Out What He's Doing Now
March 11, 2015
This is Rufus Hannah. Do you remember him?
He became known for his role in the early 2000s "Bumfights" videos. These videos featured homeless people harming themselves and other homeless people in exchange for money and alcohol.
As it turns out, Rufus has completely turned his life around over the past 10 years.
He ditched the alcohol in 2003 and is now a property manager and an advocate for homeless rights.
He published "A Bum Deal: An Unlikely Journey from Hopeless to Humanitarian" detailing his ordeal from becoming a homeless alcoholic, his time during the filming of "Bumfights", and his struggle to get sober.
Rufus's story proves that even at rock bottom, you can still turn your life around. There is hope for all of us.
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