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  • Loriele Detroit, MI

    Dear Mr. Tyler Perry my name is Loriele Bailey. Im 21 and homeless my grandparents died a year ago and I was staying in the home they had left but they owed so many taxes I payed over 5,000 dollars worth of taxes it still wasnt enough they auction off the home and it left me homeless I have no place to go. I have never asked for help because my pride wouldnt let me but now I am begging I really need it I just wanna buy the house i lived in my whole life back thats all I really ask in life. Mr. Perry I need help!!! Email:

  • Grace Hall Hephzibah Ga

    Dear Mr Tyler Perry , i have seen your movie of the diary of a mad black woman many many times, i love the movie. and as i was sittting in church sunday 9/20/15 i got an immpression of you doing a diary of young mad black men . so many of them are angry with there absentee dads & in general they are just mad at the world,and all i know is God's will is that the hearts of the fathers be turned to the children and the children's hearts be turned to their fathers (Malachi 4:6). This movie is about restoration !! & I would love to see it .


    Hello there...this is probably not the place to do this but i'm giving it a shot. I am taking a leap of faith.I started a fundraising campaign for 'My Lil Sister -The Sickler'. Please go to this link to donate- I am her older sister and I am so tired of seeing her suffer and struggle with her disease Sickle Cell. She has a 5 year old daughter that she has been raising with the help of our mother. My sister has not been able to have a normal life since she was in her teens. How do you live a life where you're always in the hospital and the only thing that can help is heavy narcotics!? My mother has been her backbone in taking care of her and her grand-daughter. She cannot keep a job long enough to take care of my niece. My sister has also tried to seek help thru the government and she still cant get the help she needs. All she ever wanted was to finish school and become a doctor. Please take the time and read her story. Look at what she has been thru and have a kind heart to even donate $1 - it all counts. I believe! - Saida Prosper

  • Dorothy Lara Illinois

    I have very high regards for you as an African-American who is extremely intelligent and caring (and funny - love your Madea movies). Anyway, the reason I am writing you is that I recently moved two counties away from Rockford, Illinois, where there was a murder 50 feet from my house a few months back (murderer still on the loose). I don't need that kind of environment. This week, juveniles were breaking into a house in Rockford (every day occurrence there now) and the homeowner apparently shot and killed one of them - a 13-year-old African-American kid who SHOULD have been in school. Then the news comes out with the fact that the homeowner who shot the kid is a young black woman, a felon! Do you possibly go to other states to talk to young black people to inspire them to be better than joining gangs, being thugs, taking no responsibility for their actions, etc.? I think the people of Rockford, IL, both black and white, could benefit enormously if you only came to town to speak to the residents. Yes, I "escaped" from Rockford but all my family members still live there. Thanks.

  • sherman mitchell Lucerne Valley Ca.

    I mail some information about produce a real movie It Aint Right. I am 70 year old black man who got over 100 inmates in 12 states out of prison. I get mail from all races in prison. No one tell the real story, how inmates are treat wen they go to the parole board are in prison.I also mail the C D It Aint Right too your office and on one got back with me. Mr Tyler this movie will be better than any other movie because it's true.People of all races will thank you for this movie and God will bless you , pray about it.

  • Domonique Lee Chula Vista, CA

    It's time for Madea, Hattie, Ms. V and the man with 27 personalities to do something together. Mr. Perry I hear all kinds of things going with them in my head. I need more laughter in my life. Since my second back surgery after getting injuried working fot the Navy, I am not working so I'm writing and your characters are a joy to watch. Thank you... Agape

  • Michelle smith Clearwater fl

    I think u should make a why did I get married 3 picking up where it left off in 2 that the rock and Janet meet but in 3 they have been dating and get married in Bahamas

  • Tierra Gentry Lexington KY

    : if you could help me get some people to look into this. I have only 26 days left and I'm hoping you would not mind.

  • Tierra Gentry Lexington KY

    Hello, Tyler Perry. You may not remember me but I find fell in love with you work when I saw your play you done in Lexington about 16 yrs ago. I was only 14 at the time. It was about Madea's family and you have that young guy playing Mr. brown with a type on. I have been locked in ever since because so many of us can relate. I come to you not only to show you respect but to ask for your help in shining a light in a dark place for my sons. I am struggling as a black woman with no record to have my rights heard and I'm asking you to take time out of your busy day and if nothing else help me reach out to someone who can " move a mountain". So my request is this:

  • Crystal Jackson Charleston, Sc

    Hey Mr. Perry i just wanted to say you are such an inspiration to me im a 27 year old single mom and ive been watching your plays since my frsehmen year of high school a time when things were much sweeter for me might i add but ive watched you grow and your success over the years congradulations to you and your career!!! I applaud you especially because even after all youve been through look how wonderful your life is now!! I know first hand like so many others how hard it is out here as i write you from the 15th floor stair case of a marriot hotel where me and my daughter have been secretly sleeping until a ministry or shelter finds room for us i am at my lowest and feel pretty worthless but i think of those like you especially you and it gives me a glimmer of hope knowing you too were homeless at one point and seeing how youve been blessed and lifes turned around in your favor I wont be ashamed of what im going through i am truely humbled and optimistic about me and my daughters future i thank you for being a voice for people like me who are still out here trying to make it because lord knows it aint easy but its worth the fight..

  • Sherron Kennedy Danville

    Hello Mr Perry I'm writing you to let you know that you're doing a great job and that I love all your movies and plays and may God continue to give you the strength to do what your doing,Mr Perry my daughter goes to Ferrum College and its very expensive so she sign up for The Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway and I was just wondering if you can vote for her,Her name is LaShonda Graves,Thank you so much if you have any problems getting through you can go through my profile.Thank you in advance.

  • Debra Williams Torrance,Calfornia

    Hello Mr. Perry, my name is Debra Williams, and I have a Character Development seminar for at-risk middle and high school students that is truly one of a kind. This life-building seminar helps individuals to realize their uniqueness, overcome challenges, and to fulfill their God-given potential, irrespective of background, environment, economical or social challenges a child might face.. I respect and admire your determination to press through life's difficult times and discouragements in order to create and continually fulfill your potential and dream. My seminar helps kids to do the same. Would you be willing to speak with me, and invest in our next generation? Sincerely, Debra Williams

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