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  • Liz Rodgers Savannah, Ga #1946233 » Posted in: My online family

    Hi, How are you? I attend Savannah College of Art and Design and I would like to intern for you this summer. I am dependable, reputable, and goal oriented, which is complimented by my tenacious work ethic. I easily adjust to fast paced enviroments and would the opportunity to intern at your studio or for one of your shows. I'll be writing you daily, God bless.

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  • Gaye England United States #1946232 » Posted in: My online family

    Mr. Perry, I've heard many stories how you have helped people in the past...but recently I learned that you helped one of my friends Xernna Nieves. I had to say thank you so very much!!! We have a strong alumni association..we believe in helping one another. When I heard about her situation I reached out to fellow classmates immediately...shortly afterward I found out that you had stepped up to help. For the third time acts of kindness hit close to home...earlier this year another classmate was featured in Oprah Magazine...then recently I won tickets to see your hit stage play,Hell Hath No Fury....,here in Richmond Va ( might I add I have never won anything in my life)..What a life saver those tickets were..I surprised my daughter by taking her to to see the play for her 12th bday...and then helping my friend. Thank You so very much Mr Perry for always remembering and being willing and able to reach back and pay it forward...May God Always bless you!!!

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  • kayron ali 335 lu lane riverdale ga #1946231 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Mr.Perry, I am 13 years old and reside in Atlanta, Georgia. I love your work, and I wanted to know if you would read my fathers book. My father is a Vietnam veteran, former Fulton County police officer, former Fulton County Investigator, Chief Investigator for the Public Defenders Office, MARTA Police, and is currently retired yet, started a Private Investigating business named Khan Investigative Services. He is a great black man and father to all three of his daughters and does not ask for much. He does not know that I am doing this and I want to make him proud. He's put his life on the line for many people, and deserves way more than people give hi credit for. So please Mr.Perry, contact me through mt phone number () and or my e-mail () Thank you and God bless you.

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  • Andy Rockett Jefferson, NC #1946230 » Posted in: My online family

    Hey TP, We just bought Madea's Neighbors From Hell. Madea is always great, but we have a problem with Madea's line of "Don't have church or prayer out in the yard, I can't take that stuff..." Would you please explain to us what Madea meant or how "she" meant that line?? We'd appreciate it thanks. We were taught you can pray to God anywhere, anytime. Looking forward to DVD release of A Madea Christmas w/ Larry The Cable Guy...Also will you please follow @ATR325 on Twitter because my wife and I are disabled and could NEVER be able to come to Atlanta, GA..Thanks. Gr8 new play, but hard topic. Don't EVER kill Madea off please and keep Bam as her sidekick or 2 disabled fans WILL boycot you. It's just Ma to da d*** DEA in this household. Also, would you consider working with Mariah Carey on a Madea play or movie?? We are Mariah fans but we'd love to see Madea vs. Mariah aaaaaaannnnnyyy time. My wife is on depression meds, because of lack of seratonin, but Madea with Bam kicks my wife's depression to the curb. By the way our disability is cerebral palsy and we are in wheelchairs. Thanks for reading. Helllluuuurrrr.. Keep Madea coming and have her do the dozens with someone. Example: Yo' mamma is so f** her a** has it's own zip code.

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  • Mrs. Hudson Decatur #1946228 » Posted in: Tyler Perry studios

    Really beautiful studio Tyler. I do not miss a DVD, Play, Movie or TV show. I'm a huge fan of yours. Do you do walk in tours also?

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    • Janie Wyoming, Michigan #1946598

      Mr. Tyler Perry, I am a fan of yours. I have seen everyone of your movies, more than once. I have purchased most of them. You are truly a blessing, there is no other like you. Will be visiting the Atlanta area next month ( May 22nd - 26th) and it would be a bless to have an opportunity to be at one of your events, if you have any up an coming. Would also like to have the pleasure of maybe visiting your studio, if at all possible. You are such an Inspiration!

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  • Bridget Smith Peachtree City, Ga. 30269 #1946227 » Posted in: Tyler Perry studios

    What a beautiful setup. Wish I had a gym like that!

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  • marjory muller #1946226 » Posted in: Tyler Perry studios

    I'am so Happy to see your Studio

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  • Jennifer Phoenix, AZ #1946225 » Posted in: My online family

    Just touched by all the great things God is enabling you to do. Saw this on FB today and want to know if it's possible to give to the Tyler Perry Foundation. I cannot pay a year's worth of rent but I'd like to give to an organization (or to someone) that is making a difference.

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    • Jennifer Phoenix, AZ #1946229

      Didn't realize the link wouldn't post. The article on FB (4/22 Essence Online) was titled "Tyler Perry Steps in to Help Evicted Atlanta Family"

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  • Kathy Ft Worth, TX #1946224 » Posted in: My online family

    May GOD continue to bless you every day of your life! But I have to tell you, you have so much more to do here.

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  • Carolyn Burton Bridgeton,Mo. #1946223 » Posted in: My online family

    Hello again Mr.Perry, I have finished your video Stag Play and I am still laughing ,wow, I really like the song " I am going to worship you(God). I am singing that one as I walk around the house because it reminds me that I have to trust God. I like what Mrs. Cassie stated, about not allowing people's actions or behavior to dictate how we think and feel about God. As you already know the stage play video was off the chain and you do encourage as well as inspire me. I feel like I am in an area of my life where God will amazing me thur his people to hold on and in spite of what ever I have been through or have gone through and still have to endure. I don't want to be like some of the emotional and physical wounded people portrayed in your. I really pray God ,Please don't ever take your love, hope, nor allow me to let a root a bitters raise up in my heart. I want to do what it takes for me to live so I can meet him in peace one day. I am guilty of staying away from individuals that try or hurt me repeatly intentionally and I wonder do I be wrong? I often think about the first time ,I saw your stag play ten years ago and I will never forget your message of "we have to forgive people when we are done wrong by them. I thank you and God bless you . Carol

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  • Mary Wagner Newark, Maryland #1946222 » Posted in: My online family

    Dear Mr. Tyler: I wrote a short novel, my first, "My Name Is Harlem". It was published by Createspace. I was told by quite a few people that it would make a good movie for Hallmark or another family oriented station. I am sending you a synopsis of my novel. I thank you for your time. I hope to be hearing from you. Synopsis: Harlem Rose O’Brannan had no idea how her life would suddenly change on that first day of school. She eagerly waited for that day to come all summer long. Her mother, Belinda, never allowed her to be outside during the day because of the gangs, violence and sporadic gun shots fired. Living in the projects in South Bronx in the 1950’s was hard enough being a single mother of color; but trying to raise a biracial child was even more challenging. The ideas instilled in Harlem by her mother were to get a good education, work hard for what you want in life, to be an honest person and to be proud of who you are. Above all else, her mother never wanted her to give up her dream of becoming a doctor. Harlem never forgave herself for asking God to allow her mother and herself to be able to leave the projects one day so that they could have the same home life that her friend Arlene and her family enjoyed. Her prayers got answered, but it wasn’t the answer she prayed for. She did leave the projects, but without her mother. Because of the compassion and acceptance of Sister Delores and New York City Police Officer, Manny Lopez, she was saved and escaped the foster care system. After much searching, Harlem’s grandfather, Brady O’Brannan, whom she never knew even existed, was later found. Harlem eventually went to live with her grandfather in Kolter, West Virginia. There were several challenges for her to face in this segregated town. Harlem accepted these challenges with dignity and self-respect while knowing there were people that were still very prejudice towards her. Harlem had her grandfather’s tough but forgiving and kind character, and her mother’s fighting spirit to strive for a better life.

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  • latricia jordan Nashville AR #1946221 » Posted in: My online family

    Hi Tyler Perry I enjoy your new play . I cry and laugh out load that was great I need to thank u for god give u a bless to write.

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