What’s one thing Robin Thicke and Dr. Mehmet Oz have in common? Both of their attempts at Twitter Q&A sessions seriously backfired.
On Tuesday, the oft-criticized (even by people in Congress) TV host encouraged viewers to submit their health questions to him on Twitter using the hashtag #Ozsinbox.
— Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) November 11, 2014
The queries quickly started coming in… Just not like what Dr. Oz expected.
#OzsInbox — I forget. Do you ingest your sandalwood totem doll BEFORE or AFTER reciting a Level 2 Diabetes Warding Spell?
— Chris Hauser (@BirdHauser) November 13, 2014
— Emma B. (@TiredOfYYCCold) November 11, 2014
— Dr. Rob Lamberts (@doc_rob) November 13, 2014
Do you question yourself when you find out that you're giving the same medical advice as expert Jenny McCarthy? #OzsInbox
— Morgan Weaver (@PharmAXO) November 13, 2014
How many magical green beans do I need to ingest in order to cancel out the Triple Baconator I just ate? #Ozsinbox
— Øystein (@sexygarbage) November 13, 2014
#OzsInbox I just got my flu shot, when can I expect to develop autism?
— Ryen Smorczewski (@Smorz7IU) November 12, 2014
I detoxed all the metals from my husbands body and now he's not moving. Did I do it wrong? #OzsInbox
— My T Chondria (@MyTChondria) November 12, 2014
Even though there are a few legitimate questions scattered in there, Dr. Oz hasn’t responded to anything.