The well-known contributor to the controversial fan-led YouTube channel posed for a picture with the fan, but his mood changed quickly when he shouted "F*** Arsenal TV!"
Ty tries to unsuccessfully snatch the phone away from the supporter's grasp, and is subsequently told to calm down after failing to see the funny side of the joke.
A random fan owning my idol Ty :unamused: pic.twitter.com/xOxlWKYeI1
- Smart Arsenal Fan (@SmartArsenalFan) October 23, 2021
After calming himself down, he tells the supporter: "Don't do that, don't do that, don't do that.
"You're a moron, don't do that.
"Why are you saying that? You don't have to do that."
The fan tries to appease Ty further by placing a hand on his shoulder, but this does little to diffuse the situation as he says: "Don't touch me."
Arsenal Fan TV was created on YouTube in October 2012 by former BBC reggae radio host Robbie Lyle along with Tao Weitzer.
Lyle said the purpose of the channel was to provide a platform for match-going fans to broadcast their own views. The Sun reports that it now has over 1 billion page views and 1.4 million subscribers.
They have subsequently launched a junior version of the channel "AFTV Young Gunz" and interviewed past and current players.
But the channel has constantly divided opinion, as ex-Gunners midfielder Ray Parlour labelled the channel "embarrassing" in a heated exchange with Lyle on talkSPORT.
There have also been continuous chants of "AFTV get out of our club" heard up and down the country.
Whether you love it or hate it, the channel shows no signs of slowing down with their player ratings video from Arsenal v Aston Villa currently on over 123,000 views at the time of writing.
It was also named as the second-highest earning YouTube sports fan channel in the world, according to research from liverugbyrickets.co.uk back in January 2020.
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