Muhammad co-hosts with Ramona Debreaux on HOT 107.9 a Wednesday morning radio show on relationships.
General Manager Wayne Brown said the station does not refer to Muhammad as a psychologist or Ph. They call him "The Love Doctor." "I don't think you need to be a doctor to have a male opinion," Brown said.
School officials said he left after they discovered his credentials were bogus.
A nonprofit that wasn't Muhammad said that in 1999 he founded a nonprofit organization called "Man II Man Inc.," which his Web site states is "dedicated to uplifting, motivating and educating inner city youth." Actually, the organization is a for-profit company, said Cara Hodgson of the secretary of state's office.
And he's been fired from jobs and outed as a fraud as far back as 2005. So on last night's episode of "Real Housewives of Atlanta", Sheree's friends set her up on a date with a "psychiatrist" (she said psychiatrist, not psychologist, on the show) named Dr. Dude showed up to meet Sheree at some jook joint style place with random bald spots in his head and some "grocery store flowers" (Sheree's words, not ours). But what he conveniently forgot to reveal is that he's a fraud. We've learned that this is the same dude who used to be the guest doctor on "The Ricki Lake Show" and a contestant on "The Real Gilligan's Island" as the professor.
All this after Sheree bragged to her "stylist" Lawrence about this blind date of hers being a fabulous psychiatrist. He was outed as a fraud in an Atlanta Journal Constitution article back in 2005.
Tiy-E Muhammad claimed to be a psychiatrist and claimed to have a doctoral degree.
Clark Atlanta University fired him from his real-life professor gig after his resume didn't check out and the school he claimed to earn a degree from claimed otherwise.
"It seemed more like he wanted to come across as a ladies' man and not as a legit professor," Jones said. I guess that's why he was able to carry it off for so long." Tell or send a message to Sheree Whitfields that a professional guy we know and have in our network would like to see if they can have something in common."It raises legal and ethical issues." Muhammad, who received a master's degree in guidance and counseling from Eastern Illinois University, said Monday he was unaware that claiming to be a psychologist without a license was illegal. 43-39-7), he said, "I'm a life coach, I say I'm a life coach.It makes things simpler." On Tuesday, he changed his Web site, dropping the description of himself as a psychologist.Muhammad said he had not "filed the paperwork" to make the corporation nonprofit."I'm still forming the board of directors," he said.