- Mizzy, real name Bacari Bronze Constantine O’Garro, has gained notoriety for his pranks.
- The 19 year old was jailed for 18 weeks by a judge who told him his pranks were ‘not funny’
Many people become famous on Tik Tok for various reasons.
Some are talented dancers, others attract millions of viewers through their cooking skills, and there are some who have other special abilities.
However, there is a class of Tik tokers who attract views through pranks and silly jokes.
Bacari Bronze Constantine O’Garro, aka Mizzy, belongs to the latter category.
He is infamously known as the Tiktok terror due to his often offensive pranks.
He has been arrested severally for his videos, but this seems to fuel him to post even more offensive content.
But who exactly is Mizzy? Here is his story as told by WoK.
Mizzy Early Life
Mizzy was born on 20th October 2004 at Homerton University Hospital in Hackney, London.
Throughout his life, he lived in multiple areas of London, including Stoke Newington, Kent, and Dartford.
Growing up, he had close relationships with his now 51-year-old mother Donna, and his elder sister, Tia.
However, throughout his childhood, Mizzy was known as a troublemaker who had a hard time following rules in school and at home.
His father’s name is not on his birth certificate, and he was largely absent from his difficult childhood.
According to his mother, the Tik Toker was very good in school.
However, by the time he sat his GCSEs, Micky had already been kicked out of 5 schools.
He was enrolled in a referral unit called the Boxing Academy which combines mainstream studies with boxing for difficult students.
Although he passed all his exams, he said he did not perform to the best of his ability because according to him, exams don’t define who you are.
Aside from content creation, he does not have a job and instead depends on grants in the form of universal credit.
Despite his young age, he is the father of a young boy, who is less than one year old.
Micky embarked on the world of content creation at the age of 8. He started by uploading harmless pranks on his YouTube and Tik Tok accounts.
As he got more likes and views, he pushed the envelope further and posted more offensive pranks, some of which have landed him on the wrong side of the law.
Some of his videos involve breaking into people’s homes, jumping on their backs as they cross the road, and stealing pets, among others.
He has also uploaded videos of himself destroying books in a library and hitchhiking on the back of strangers’ cars.
He realized that any time he posted something more controversial or wild, he garnered more online attention – which was exactly what he went on to do.
He went viral when he, alongside his friends, entered a random stranger’s house uninvited.
The video went viral and was met with shock and anger, with many calling for his arrest.
He was banned from YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok.
However, he soon announced plans to set up another live-streaming service where he can better monetize his content.
Micky has been arrested severally over his controversial pranks.
Recently, he was sentenced to 18 months when he was found guilty of breaching a court order prohibiting him from sharing videos of people on social media without their consent.
The magistrate who sentenced him said Mizzy’s actions were motivated by a desire to be famous and to receive money and designer clothes from sponsors.
However, the prankster blamed his actions on being black and being raised by a single parent.
“Controversy, even though it’s not good, is the best way to blow up on social media,” he said. “I always know outrage is going to happen. I know exactly what I’m doing and the consequences of my actions.” He added: “I tell people not to reciprocate what I’ve done.” he told The Independent.
Interestingly, the Tiktoker revealed he is an ardent fan of Andrew Tate.
He said the Tate brothers were teaching him to take people’s feelings seriously and develop more accountability for his actions as he grows into a man.
The Tates had previously been placed under house arrest over suspicions of being involved in organized crime and human trafficking.
They had also been banned on various social media platforms for expressing mysogenic views and hate speech.
Yet, these are the guys that Micky seems to have chosen as his role models.
He has been known to brag that UK laws are weak and that public outcry just makes him laugh.
Mizzy Net worth
Mizzy has made over US$125,000 from his pranks. The revenue has been generated from YouTube ad revenue, Snapchat and Instagram promotions, donations and streaming revenue. He has however been banned from social media platforms.