Tony claims that his music career as a rapper is taking off and he has several major record labels that are interested in signing him.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Know someone with outrageous behavior?
“Tony DeYoung is my alter ego. You can like it or hate it. Either way, he’s not changing. Tony gets angry, and he’s not afraid to tell it how it is,” says Tony. “As Tony, I’m able to blast anybody that gets in my way. I go off on them, and I tear them down. I exploit people’s weaknesses, and I turn them into really good rap songs.”
Tony claims he has over 10,000 subscribers on YouTube and makes money from posting his rap videos, and he refuses to get a regular job because it will “be a distraction to my music.”WATCH: Dr. Phil To Guest: ‘Sit Down Or Leave’
“I make outrageous comments on YouTube and Facebook to start a whole bunch of drama, and I love it,” Tony says. “I have thousands and thousands of haters. To me, they’re undercover fans.”
Tony, a father of two, claims that he’s about to sign a million-dollar music contract. His aunt Lorraine, however, claims that Tony is a liar and has lied for years about being on the verge of signing a contract. WATCH: Woman Says Nephew ‘Glorifies Thug Life And Rap Culture’
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Dr. Phil Examines Aspiring Rapper's Lyrics: 'You Incite Violence'