I Pity The Fool That Isn’t Following Mr. T On Twitter & YouTube

Mr. T is all set to take over the world of social media with a new Twitter account, YouTube channel and even his own app and I, for one, pity the fool that isn’t following and subscribing to get in on the action.

Mr. T finally graced Twitter with his presence last month on January 16, with the following inaugural tweet: “Mr. T is on Twitter. You’re welcome fools!”  The tweet has been retweeted 1,967 at the writing of this post and Mr. T has 19,259 followers.

The beloved “footballer, wrestler, soldier, bouncer, bodyguard, actor, astronaut [and] professional pitier of fools” made his debut on YouTube over the weekend with ‘Ask Mr. T | Episode 1 – Work’, in which he answers one fan’s pressing question: “The copier at work is broken again. What should I do?”

Mr. T will be answering questions, asked by users via his new app, on YouTube each week.  You can subscribe to keep up-to-date on all his latest video uploads at youtube.com/user/OfficialMrTvideos.

And speaking of Mr. T’s app—at $0.99 the Mr. T Official App seems to have it all.  There’s a T-Booth, which makes you look like Mr. T; a Magic T-Ball, where you can ask Mr. T anything and get a video response; an Alarm Clock & Countdown Timer, through which you can be awoken by the sweet voice of Mr. T every morning; ringtones; Mr. T’s Twitter updates and more.

Are you following Mr. T on Twitter? Subscribed to him on YouTube? What do you think of the app? We’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

Megan O’Neill is the resident web video expert here at Social Times.  Megan covers everything from the latest viral videos to online video news and tips, and has a passion for bizarre, original and revolutionary content and ideas.

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