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Hi Guys,

I just wanted to let you know that I have a new email system.  This will serve you much better and get emails out to you very quickly.

Please, if you would, take a moment to update your information so you don't miss out on future emails by clicking the link below.

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Talk soon,

Tyler

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  • Mitra Miami

    Tyler, God has given you a most intriguing gift. It is as though you are able to 'peek into the minds' of a large segment of the world's population and extract those elements with which everyone could identify in a great or small way. Isn't it fascinating, that despite language, socio-economic, religious or cultural differences, the common denominator of all variables is "the human element-man's psyche," which remains constant. I am certain if a survey was to be conducted on emergencies or disruptions during any of your shows, results would reveal a high frequency in favor of persons anxious/rushing to resume watching the show. Finally, I admire your allegiance first and foremost to your Creator for this special gift, and to Him we owe "All the Glory" if only for the little space and time we have on earth to make a difference in a the lives of many. Hopefully, one of these days when you decide to present a few documentaries, we shall connect, as there is a true story I would like to share, regarding a prominent figure in our society. The story, like yours, emanates from low, humble, beginnings. It is certain to inspire all.

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  • delores andrews Monroeville Alabama

    Hi Tyler. I am not writing you because I need financial assistance or have a sad story to tell. I admire you and your movies I just have a suggestion for a theme in your future movies. All your movies can relate to our black families but being from the south I feel that I have a idea for your next movie based on how I grew up. I grew up in a family where we had a mother and a father married to each other. It was six kids four girls and two boys. We migrated from Alabama to Detroit in the early 70's for a better life. In all honesty my father whom we all loved dearly was an alcoholic and refused to work. He had a college education and had been in the military but when my mother who came from a poor family and with very little education met him they married and he was discharged from the military. Anyways my mother was our provider and worked as a seamstress for many years. I remember growing up we had little but we appreciated everything. We would play in the yard because we couldn't go pass the grass. My mother would make miracles when our kitchen was bare ( teacakes and peanut butter cookies). She would use her extra money or extra fabric from her job to make all her girls dresses for church. She was a beautiful women but never bought herself anything. I tell this story with pride because for us children it was a great time. We appreciated our parents and what we had. We never complained and learned that love was more important than materials. My father has passed but my mother is still our foundation. Although she is no longer working she still manages to be a superstar for us and her grandchildren. To me she is the Harriet Tubman and Martin Luther King. Please think of writing a story on struggling families where respect, acceptance and loyalty overcome obstacles. Just a thought, Delores Andrews

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  • Mario Marcel Los Angeles, CA

    My Hail Mary Dear Tyler Perry, My name is Mario Marcel and I am a 42 year old African American living in Woodland Hills California trying to become a Certified Public Accountant which is by far the most difficult task I have ever put myself through. I am reaching out to you because I am in serious financial despair. I have been determined to pass CPA exams for the last 2 years now and I have almost completed this goal by passing 3 out of the 4 parts but unfortunately it has come with a price to pay and that is struggling to pay rent and other major bills. After being fired from my job I decided to focus on finishing up my CPA exams to make myself a stronger candidate in my career choice of accounting and that meant studying full time to pass the rest of the CPA exams instead of looking for work. The main reason I decided to not work was because you have to complete the rest of the exams in a certain time period or lose credit for the ones you have already passed. I was able to live off of unemployment for 6 months and also rent out my personal car for a good 4 to 5 months but unfortunately my luck ran out as unemployment ran out and it became difficult to find someone else to rent my car. At this point my car has been repossessed and I have about 2 weeks before it gets sold to the public May 26, 2015. My credit cards have also gone into default status which is now reflecting on my credit report. I am so afraid that when I am finally done with CPA exams that no company will hire me because of a poor credit report. If I don’t get my car back before the bank sells it then I will be in even worse shape. I am currently studying for the last part of the CPA exam (Audit) which I plan on taking the first week of July 2015 but I am also currently looking for a job as well because July rent is coming up and I need to find a way to get my car back before it’s gone for good. I feel like once I get over this obstacle I can finally get my life in order and move forward in my career without the extra financial burden and I am just reaching out to you to see if you are able to help me with about $10,000 or any amount you able to offer. I am sorry for asking for so much but this will honestly change my life because I know I am going to be a CPA and put it to good use for the rest of my life. I really want you to know from the bottom of my heart, I feel numb right now by reaching out to you and asking for a favor but as I woke up this morning, I realize this is something I want so bad and that miracles can happen and just maybe God will bless me with a miracle. I am so thankful for you to even take the time to read this as I am not expecting anything but it doesn’t hurt to try. This is the longest Hail Mary I have ever thrown and I am praying that you just so happen to look up and have it fall in your arms. Thank you so much for your time Mister Perry and God Bless. Mario Marcel

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  • LaKiesha Shevokas Jacksonville fl

    Please help my dad..... gofundme.com / helpavetsmile. Thank you very much

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  • ruaan. south africa cape town

    I hope in my heart you get this email in a big follower in your movies Mr perry it inspires me. Especially your temptations movie. My friend went threw this exam same experience. I felt powerless try to warn this person my friend former lover. Now things stands like this. She needs more to inspire her. Her self believe is fading day by day and I'm suffering to see her suffer Mr perry. Just felt I needed to share this with u. Plz don't stop what you doing and help those out there like youb always . Ruaan

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  • Nina California

    hello I am a big fan of u I really love u movie and I like the fact that u have the biggest heart to help people so I really need your help I just had a baby so I am not doing good financials so I heard you helped a lot of people so o really need u help hope to hear from u thanks .

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  • marquietta in

    Hey

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  • Kristina Baltimore

    Most parents try to raise their child/children to the best of their ability, but even the best children fall prey to the effects of peer pressure, puberty, and life in general. One of the main reasons children acted out are because the lack of discipline. I understand the law to say that a parent can not physically discipline their children without the threat of arrest. However, during the unrest in Baltimore, a parent was praise nationally and locally for physically discipline her child because of his participation in the riots. This same mother would have been brought up on charges if this was seen at any other time, but because it benefited the police and government, she was praised. If a mom/dad put an out of control teen out of their home before the age of 18, the parent gets charged with neglect. But, the child can be constantly disrespectful, abusive, and destroy the parents property but nothing happens to them and the parent still have to allow them back in to their home. The judicial system needs to be revamped in order to serve the people the correct way. The Juvenile system is a joke and the employees treat it as such. Most of them are only there for a paycheck and the way the system operates it sets the children up for failure. You give these children a slap on the wrist and probation even though the moms have begged for something more to be done. The parent request are ignored by the public defenders and probation officers. And somehow the children have learned already how many times they can get in trouble before anything serious is done. One of the things the unrest have shown is that our children are misguided and are in need of guidance and discipline. The loss of respect not only for parents but the law by these children is unbelievable. I am a strong believer that everything happens for a reason and maybe this is a reason to start to address the real problems in our community. Police brutality, child abuse/neglect laws, racial profiling, poverty, crime, and the under-education of our community needs addressed and not thrown aside and only addressed when bad things happen like what is going on in Baltimore now. Let’s change the laws, lets save our children, let’s save the world and make this a better place for our children to grow. My heart goes out to Freddie Gray’s family and all the victims of crime. We must take a stand and save those of us who are left.

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  • Kristina Baltimore

    Most parents try to raise their child/children to the best of their ability, but even the best children fall prey to the effects of peer pressure, puberty, and life in general. One of the main reasons children acted out are because the lack of discipline. I understand the law to say that a parent can now physically discipline their children without the threat of arrest. However, during the unrest in Baltimore, a parent was praise nationally and locally for physically discipline her child because of his participation in the riots. This same mother would have been brought up on charges if this was seen at any other time, but because it benefited the police and government, she was praised. If a mom/dad put an out of control teen out of their home before the age of 18, the parent gets charged with neglect. But, the child can be constantly disrespectful, abusive, and destroy the parents property but nothing happens to them and the parent still have to allow them back in to their home. The judicial system needs to be revamped in order to serve the people the correct way. The Juvenile system is a joke and the employees treat it as such. Most of them are only there for a paycheck and the way the system operates it sets the children up for failure. You give these children a slap on the wrist and probation even though the moms have begged for something more to be done. The parent request are ignored by the public defenders and probation officers. And somehow the children have learned already how many times they can get in trouble before anything serious is done. One of the things the unrest have shown is that our children are misguided and are in need of guidance and discipline. The loss of respect not only for parents but the law by these children is unbelievable. I am a strong believer that everything happens for a reason and maybe this is a reason to start to address the real problems in our community. Police brutality, child abuse/neglect laws, racial profiling, poverty, crime, and the under-education of our community needs addressed and not thrown aside and only addressed when bad things happen like what is going on in Baltimore now. Let’s change the laws, lets save our children, let’s save the world and make this a better place for our children to grow. My heart goes out to Freddie Gray’s family and all the victims of crime. We must take a stand and save those of us who are left.

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  • sandra Deland , fla

    Mr Perry i dont have a lot to say right now because i am so depress an im in need of help finacial ive been so busy trying to help others my own finaces is in trouble.please help me

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  • Silly girl Fl

    Dear mr Tyler perry, I'm not sure if you will read this but honestly as long someone does.. I'm a single mother to two kids.. My daughter 2 years old and my son is 5. my five year old son has autism.. I use to work 40 plus hours a week I'm a very hard worker.. But my mom use to watch my kids for me.. Well she has stage four cancer and can no longer help out.. My thing is it's hard to work when you have a special needs kid.. His not potty train so put him in day care and my 2 year old I'm looking over 880 a mo. Sometime when my son had a melt down or something happens I either late to work or I gotta call off.. I'm writing this because just today I was reading something online I'm not the only mom who goes throw this.. Even married people with a special needs kid one of them stay home just because there kid need that help. To go shopping with a special need kid isn't easy at all.. For normal shopping trip it takes us 30 to hour.. My isn gotta look at everything once in a while his gotta tell everyone his name.. His gotta touch stuff.. Or even have a melt down. Since his 83 lbs and the height of a 8 year old I can't put him in a shopping cart. Now when this happens my little one see it and guess what she gotta do the same. I'm sorry my grammar sucks I'm not perfect.. I just want someone to just understand.. Thank before you act.. You never know what going on in that person life why that kid acting up why his tossing a shoe.. Why his covering his ears and yelling.. Why his rocking and making a wired noise.. Thank you for taking your time out to read this.

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  • ROBIN

    If I can get some help with my go fund me account www.gofundme.com/jzhh74

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    • deborah kingd chicago #2103755

      How can I get a message to Tyler that no one else can see?

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