‘TikTok terror’ Mizzy “looking for jobs” in a bid to turn life around following jail time

‘TikTok terror’ Mizzy, formerly known for his anti-social behavior, claims he’s turning his life around and seeking job opportunities after serving jail time.
'TikTok terror' Mizzy, formerly known for his anti-social behavior, claims he's turning his life around and seeking job opportunities after serving jail time.
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‘TikTok terror‘ Mizzy says he is job-hunting in a bid to turn his life around following jail time.

The 19-year-old – whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro – claims he is now a reformed prankster.

He gained notoriety last year after causing havoc with his anti-social behaviour and posting it on TikTok, as reported by Need To Know.

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Mizzy shared videos of himself breaking into people’s homes, ripping up a library book and stealing an elderly woman’s dog.

The dad-of-one is reportedly banned from TikTok, Snapchat and YouTube.

'TikTok terror' Mizzy, formerly known for his anti-social behavior, claims he's turning his life around and seeking job opportunities after serving jail time.
Bacari-Bronze O’Garro AKA Mizzy. (Picture: Jam Press)

Last year he was sentenced to 18 weeks in prison for breaking a court order that blocked him from filming people without their consent.

But ‘Mizzy‘ has announced his time behind bars has helped him turn his life around.

However, the TikTok terror did state that he will be “returning to social media”.

He said: “The day I came out of jail I told myself I am never going back and that imma do whatever it takes to change my life around so I can do better for my child and the people around me.

”So I went back to college, started looking for loads of jobs and signed up to a CSCS course.”

He added: “Now I’m trying to progress further in different aspects of my life and change any negative perceptions on me and of course I won’t be able to change everyone’s mind due to how I’ve portrayed myself in the past on social media, but I hopefully resonate with the people who understand.

”Yes, I will be returning to socials and posting videos eventually but only in a way that will prevent me from being in risk of harm and anyone else.

'TikTok terror' Mizzy, formerly known for his anti-social behavior, claims he's turning his life around and seeking job opportunities after serving jail time.
Bacari-Bronze O’Garro AKA Mizzy. (Picture: Jam Press)

”So make sure your following up because the return of Mizzy could be sooner than you think…”

One person, called Heung-min-Jon reached out to the content creator – praising him for his change of character.

He said: “I’ll never condone what you did but respect your efforts to be better, based on this I will offer you free training at my Health and Safety company to get you into your chosen career path, get in touch if interested.”

Another person said: “This made me smile. So important we remember our self value.”

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Social media comment on the post. (Picture: Jam Press)

”Good on you brother,” added another person.

But some people are not convinced by Mizzy’s supposed attitude change.

One person said: “Are you going to apologise to the people that you terrorised?”

Social media comment on the post of 'TikTok terror' Mizzy, formerly known for his anti-social behavior, claims he's turning his life around and seeking job opportunities after serving jail time.
Social media comment on the post. (Picture: Jam Press)

Another person fumed: “You’ll never learn.”

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