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Listen up suckas, we tracked down the l world’s toughest man, Mr T, to jibba jabba a

ittle with The Guestlist Network.

Marc Burford

Guestlist’s Marc Burford met up with the superhero extraor- dinaire at his LA pad for an ex- clusive interview.

The former bodyguard and star from the television show, The A Team. The Guestlist Network got to ask televisions original hard-man a few questions.

Tell us, who is Mr. T?

I’m a tough mama’s boy, that’s my message to every young man out there. I am not a wimpy mama’s boy. I am a mama’s boy because everything I do is with respect to my mother. You’ll never have any trouble with Mr. T, I’m just a big calm teddy bear kind of guy.

Who are your favourite peo- ple you used to bodyguard?

Michael Jackson. The Jacksons hired me in the late 1970s the crowds were just unbelievable. Michael would just give me a high five sometimes.

What are your favourite TV shows?

A.Team re-runs. Rocky III, you know, when we were making that movie, Rocky’s house was

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actually Muhammad Ali’s house. I also like the Family Guy, it’s so funny, the little dog talkin’ and whatnot and I love the National Geographic Channel. In fact, in the 1970s I used to look in the National Geographic magazine to understand stuff about Af- rica, and that’s where my hair- style came from. I don’t want to be disrespectful to the Mohican Indians, but there are tribes in Africa that wear their hair in this way – the Mandinka. I saw them with their spears and said, ‘now that’s something!’

Who are your favourite mu- sicians?

Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin – because I’m old school, Sammy Davis Jr, Public Enemy –be- cause they rapped about real is- sues & Nat King Cole – he was smooth, he was so smooth. I’m the best singer in my house – I live on my own. Ha ha!

What do you like to listen to when working out?

I like to listen to Diana Ross and Michael Jackson; stuff that gives me energy and with a great beat to keep me going. I sometimes have so much choice and need to ask my friends for sugges- tions. With the help of my friends at Snickers I´m asking the fools of the UK what songs they like best. Submit your suggestions via their Facebook fan group to help me get the Ultimate Work- out Playlist (link to Facebook page). C’mon fools shake what your mama gave you!

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