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TikToker Mizzy who entered stranger's home gets extremely heated with Piers Morgan in bizarre interview

Gregory Robinson

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TikToker Mizzy called Piers Morgan a 'moron' during a heated interview on Piers Morgan Uncensored today (24 May) hours after his sentencing.

Mizzy - real name Bacari-Bronze O’Garro - and Morgan argued live in the studio on Wednesday evening after the former Good Morning Britain presenter listed all of his controversial antics before grilling him.

When Morgan asked why he would choose to cause ‘so much alarm and distress to so many people’, O’Garro admitted: “This whole public uproar just makes me laugh because people are getting hurt over something that didn’t happen to them and that’s how I see it as.”

O'Garro argued with Morgan live in the studio. Credit: TalkTV
O'Garro argued with Morgan live in the studio. Credit: TalkTV
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After Morgan called O’Garro’s antics ‘moronic’ and called out the TikToker for ‘jumping on Jewish people’, the social media personality said he did the TikTok trend to people of all races.

“It was a trend. I just done it for a trend,” he said.

O’Garro said he feels remorse and explained that he does his antics for fun. Morgan then pressed for his ‘sob story’ to which O’Garro replied: “I’ve been doing social media my whole life innit – I just do it for fun.”

Morgan then pressed O’Garro to speak about his life, to which the social media figure said: “Are you trying to get onto me because I’m Black?”

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Morgan hit back: “I don’t give a damn about your skin colour.

“I just think you’re an idiot.”

O’Garro argued back: “I think you’re an idiot too.”

Another video shows the TikTok trying to speak to passengers on public transport. Credit: TikTok
Another video shows the TikTok trying to speak to passengers on public transport. Credit: TikTok
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Morgan asked why O’Garro doesn’t show any any ‘real remorse’ but O’Garro said he apologised after but didn’t film it.

“I went to go and apologise off social media. I could have recorded that apology, that would have been another viral video – whether it’s hate or whatever. Literally, hate brings money. Hate brings likes. Hate brings views. It doesn’t matter – love or hate – it still brings views.”

The interview came to a tragic end with Morgan chastising his ‘moronic behaviour’ and with O’Garro also calling Morgan a ‘moron’.

“We’re going to put both of ourselves out of this misery and we’ll just end it there because you are - as I said at the start - a complete moron," Morgan declared.

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Piers Morgan called Mizzy a 'moron'. Credit: TalkTV.
Piers Morgan called Mizzy a 'moron'. Credit: TalkTV.

The controversial social media figure appeared in Thames Magistrates’ Court in the hours before his interview after his so-called pranks finally landed him in heaps of trouble.

O’Garro, from Hackney, east London, pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a community protection notice.

An investigation by the police was launched after shocking videos showed him running into a stranger's house and another where he stole a dog from a woman in a park.

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He also gained viral infamy by posting videos of himself ripping pages out of library books, harassing people in public places, and riding an e-bike through a supermarket.

Police began searching for the 18-year-old and he eventually handed himself in to the police. He was charged on Tuesday after failing to comply with a community protection notice issued last May.

O'Garro even sat down on the sofa, before eventually leaving the house. Credit: TikTok
O'Garro even sat down on the sofa, before eventually leaving the house. Credit: TikTok

O'Garro was issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) today for a period of two years. It is due to expire in May 2025.

The CBO prohibits the 18-year-old from 'trespassing into any private property, including residential homes, business properties, school and retail outlets; uploading directly or indirectly any original video content on social media including but not limited to; Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube without prior documented consent of the people in that content; and attending Westfield Stratford City.'

The teen's sentence was 'time served in custody on remand' and he was issued a £200 fine and a £85 victim surcharge plus £80 costs, according to the Met Police's release.

Det Ch Supt James Conway said: "The CBO issued is a powerful measure designed to prevent behaviour which has caused alarm and distress to our communities.

"If the conditions are breached, at any point over the two year period, a custodial sentence can result."

Topics: News, Piers Morgan

Gregory Robinson
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