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The voice of Kekua reportedly belongs to Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, who apparently disguised his voice.
After the first message was played, Te'o said: "It sounds like a girl, doesn't it?"
"It does," Couric said.
Tuiasosopo apparently masterminded the hoax against Te'o by creating a fake online profile for a made-up woman named Kekua. Tuiasosopo then apparently talked to Te'o over the phone while pretending to be Kekua.
Below are the sound clips, courtesy of Deadspin.
Voicemail No. 1: Kekua talks to Te'o before her first chemotherapy session:
Voicemail No. 2: Kekua is jealous of Te'o and thinks that he has another girl in his room.
Voicemail No. 3: Kekua leaves Te'o a message the day she supposedly was released from the hospital and a day before she died.