Sidekick of TikTok tearaway Mizzy revealed as son of BLM activist
EXCLUSIVE – TikTok tearaway Mizzy’s sidekick unmasked: Troublemaker’s pal is son of outspoken BLM activist and was Britain’s youngest CEO aged eight before becoming self-styled rapper and YouTuber
- Aspiring entrepreneur Harle Jordean, 19, is today unmasked as Mizzy’s sidekick
- Living in Stoke Newington, North London, Harle films with the TikTok menace
TikTok tearaway Mizzy’s sidekick was once Britain’s youngest CEO – and set up an internet shopping empire when he was eight, MailOnline can reveal.
Mizzy, 18, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro has become notorious for his TikTok antics, which have featured him storm into strangers’ homes uninvited with a group of other men, trash shops and steal an elderly woman’s dog, which left her visibly distressed.
He is accompanied in some of his videos by his best friend Harle Jordean, 19, who was on his way to becoming a millionaire while he was still at school and dreamed of becoming the next Sir Alan Sugar after starting his own marble business, which became a global success.
Harle lives in a first floor flat in Stoke Newington, North London with his mother Christina Jordean, 63, who is one of the founders of the UK’s Black Lives Matter Movement.
She was appointed to the post in January 2021 and is described a social entrepreneur and ‘social justice activist.’ Ms Jordean is well known in the local area for her community work, helping to establish children’s playgrounds and other projects aimed at young people.
Harle Jordean (pictured), 19, is the sidekick of TikTok tearaway Mizzy, 18, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro
Harle appeared in a video with the social media menace where he said: ‘We’re not trying to harm anyone, we’re not trying to do nothing, you lot keep hating, you’re helping us.’
But as a boy Harle, was on his way to becoming a millionaire after setting up his own marble business, which became a global success. Harle is pictured as a youngster with his marbles
When MailOnline visited the family home she refused to speak in any detail about her son’s social media pranks.
She said: ‘I haven’t seen Harle for a few days. I don’t know what he’s been up to and what’s going on with him. I don’t expect him to be back anytime soon.’
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Last year, Ms Jordean slammed a panel created to appoint a new Metropolitan Police Chief because it was ‘all white.’
She said: ‘Purposely designed [the recruitment process] and maintained that way. The Met Police has never taken fully into account, notice of Lord Scarman & MacPherson report around racism, STILL DENY heart of report that matters most. Racism, white supremacy, control of Black bodies is vicious, brutal. Black Lives Matter.’
O’Garro, who appeared in court earlier this week, was issued with a criminal behaviour order and fined hundreds of pounds after entering a home as part of a TikTok ‘prank’ video.
But hours after a court hearing on Wednesday, footage posted on Twitter showed him bragging about his antics – as Harle vowed the pranks will not stop.
Harle boasts: ‘Everyone who’s calling for the Metropolitan Police to get involved, you’re just bugging, all of you Karens bro, we’re gonna be outside, we’re gonna be doing what we’re doing. We’re not trying to harm anyone, we’re not trying to do nothing, you lot keep hating, you’re helping us.’
O’Garro proclaims: ‘You guys are on social media giving me what I want, you’re commenting on these videos, you’re engaging, you’re posting me more, sharing me everywhere.’
Harle is well known in the area where he lives with Christina and two older brothers.
Harle lives in a first floor flat in Stoke Newington, North London, with his mother Christina Jordean, 63, who is one of the founders of the UK’s Black Lives Matter Movement
Before becoming obsessed with becoming a social media star, Harle was hailed as the ‘ideal kid’ and for his stunning business acumen, with many dubbing him the ‘tiny tycoon’
Before becoming obsessed with becoming a social media star, Harle was hailed as the ‘ideal kid’ and for his stunning business acumen, with many dubbing him the ‘tiny tycoon’ after establishing Marble King, which sold marbles across the world.
The young tycoon ran the thriving marbleking.co.uk website for almost five years, selling anything from tubs of marbles to £599 limited edition Duke of York solitaire tables. The company no longer operates.
Harle came up with the idea while still at primary school and at one stage, was employing Christina and his two brothers, turning over thousands of pounds each year.
Now, in addition to his Tik Tok videos, he is also a self-styled rapper and You Tuber who goes by the name SK1tz and on his Soundcloud profile boasts that ‘I make songs on my iphone so I’m posting a song every single day.’
Marcia Campbell, 32 a friend of the family said: ‘I’ve known Harle and his family all my life. He was a really good kid, the sort any mother would want but things started going wrong when he became a teenager and got into social media.
The social media sidekick has previously had run-ins with the authorities. He is pictured with a police officer
Harle attended Stoke Newington School, where he is believed to have met Mizzy. He is pictured being detained by police
Harle’s pal Mizzy, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, was filmed this morning being arrested by a plain-clothed officer
‘You always see him and Mizzy around the area and they’re always getting up to no good. I know Harle’s mum is a bit fed up with it all because there’s not much she can do to stop him. There was a time when he was on the right track, but not now.’
Local resident Mehmet Yilmaz said: ‘Harle and Mizzy and the rest of their pals are always together. They’re usually on bikes around this area, making their silly videos and getting up to no good. They’re a pain and a lot of us have had enough of them.
‘Harle was a really good kid once, we really thought he was going to make something of his life but clearly, things have gone wrong for him.’
Harle attended Stoke Newington School, where he is believed to have met Mizzy and other friends who wanted to be social media personalities.
But prior to that, Harle revealed in an interview when aged 10 that he wanted to be like Sir Alan Sugar and that he dreamed of having a chain of marble stores.
He said: ‘My dream is to have a chain of stores like Hamleys – it will be one of the biggest toy stores in the world but selling all sorts of marbles.
In one photo Harle appears to flash some cash as he wears a provocative shirt with a bare chested woman on
Harle started his business when he innocently began trading marbles with friends in the playground. Harle is pictured posing on a flight of stairs
‘My friends love that I have my own business. At first some of them didn’t believe me – but they do now. They are some of my best customers.
‘I love marbles and I love having my own marbles company.’
The astute businessman also revealed that the key to success is delegation.
He added: ‘I like being the boss, but I like to get others to do some of the work so that if something goes wrong it is not all my fault.’
Harle started his business when he innocently began trading marbles with friends in the playground.
But when some older kids took all his stock, Harle turned to his mum to buy him some more on the net.
After they struggled to find anywhere dedicated to selling Harle’s favourite toy, he begged his mother to let him start his own website.
Within months of launching, Christina was shocked to see orders flooding in – with Harle handling them all on his own.
Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, posted a ‘prank’ video where he entered a private home without permission. He has previously been pictured with Harle
She revealed in a 2011 interview: ‘Harle has been obsessed with marbles ever since he was six.
‘He used to sleep with them under his pillow. The last thing he talks about before going to bed is marbles and they are the first things he mentions in the morning.
‘His obsession became so big we started calling him the Marble King – so when he wanted to set up a website it was the natural name for it.
She added: ‘My thinking was it would be a good way to teach Harle some great life skills and show him responsibility.
‘I never thought it would become so popular – we are struggling to cope with the number of orders at times.’
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