‘I’m A Savage,’ Teen Who Wants To Be A TikTok Star Tells Dr. Phil

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Andrew says he’s going to be the next TikTok star, and he’s going to earn the title of social media influencer by performing pranks on his unsuspecting twin brother.

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“My strategy is I’m, just, going to full send it and live my life like a party,” he tells Dr. Phil on Tuesday’s episode. “I just film savage stuff, and, like, it gets views and goes viral.”

“Your theory is that you do things that are at other people’s expense and you think that’s funny,” Dr. Phil says to the 16-year-old.

“There’s a certain limit that I’ll stop. I’m not, just, like, going to avoid all rules. I listen to some rules,” Andrew says. “This is your show, but this is my episode. Let’s not forget that.”

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In the video above, Dr. Phil asks the teen about some of his behavior filming pranks. How does Andrew respond?

On Tuesday, hear from Andrew’s mother and siblings and what they say about his behavior. Check here to see where you can watch.

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