WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) — A man in Williamsburg County is a viral sensation after describing the sound of the F-35 jet crash.

Now dubbed the “fighter jet guy,” Randolph White said he’s been busy since the crash.

White, 71, already had some fans from New York when News 2’s sister station, WBTW, arrived at his rural home. They said they came to congratulate him and to get a picture.

“They said, ‘you’re famous,'” White said. “I said, ‘famous? What you mean, famous?’ He said, ‘your famous scream.'”

It was during an interview with News 2’s Raymond Owens when White said he was in the bathroom shaving and heard the jet crash on Sunday. Then he mimicked the sound of the aircraft.

“I heard a screeching. Between a screech and a whistle. I said, what in the world is this?” he said. And I heard a boom! Then my whole house shook.”

That scream would be shared on TMZ, the New York Post and Daily Mail. And the video went viral on News 2’s social media pages. White said his daughter, who lives in Washington D.C., saw the video.

But that was just the beginning.

“And my wife, she showed me where somebody [used artificial intelligence] or whatever, and put my voice with James Brown picture and the scream and everything,” White said.

White grew up two miles down the road from where he lives now. He said he and his wife have lived in their current home for nearly 30 years.

He said his newfound fame even prompted the community to ask him to be in the Hemingway Homecoming Parade.

He said the fame isn’t what matters to him, though.

“It’s fun. But back to the serious thing is, hey, I’m not trying to be famous,” White said. “I’m satisfied in my own skin. I know who I am and what I am.”

When News13 got to his house, he was going on his usual exercise walk with a 40-pound weighted vest. He also wore it in his viral interview.

“As far as I’m concerned, I have it all right now,” he said. “Number one — health and strength. Number two, [I’m] relatively sane.”

White, a lover of old cars and Washington football, said he prefers to stay home and exercise. He’s been a runner since he ran track in high school.

“People don’t realize, when you lose your health, I don’t care what else you own, the most important thing is gone,” he said. “You could be a billionaire, but if your health is no good, the money is no good.”

White said the biggest blessing of the entire experience is living to walk another day.

“You can — we can sit here now. It was a great possibility I wouldn’t be here now,” he said. “Because that plane was just that close to my house.”

White said he hopes to find out what caused the crash and ultimately, his recent fame.