Ryan Lochte's Rio Olympics Apology Interview Becomes the Song 'Drunk Frat Boy' in New Video

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Ryan Lochte on day 7 of the Rio Olympics on August 12, 2016, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Ryan Lochte might be the biggest breakout story from the Rio Summer Olympics, but it's for all the wrong reasons.

The swimmer found himself in hot water after lying about being robbed at gunpoint on the streets of Rio. Further investigation into Lochte’s story proved the Olympian and some teammates had actually vandalized a local gas-station bathroom resulting in a confrontation with a security guard, not an armed robber.

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Although Lochte attempted to publicly apologize for bashing the Olympic city, many aren’t having it, including Today anchor Al Roker. The YouTube account made by the Gregory Brothers (Michael, Andrew, Sarah and Evan) which “songifies” headline news created their own spin on the story with the song “Drunk Frat Boy.”

The song features highlights from Lochte’s Matt Lauer interview for NBC Nightly News and Today and hilariously tells the head-shaking story from the 2016 Summer Olympics in just two minutes.


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