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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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Tyler

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  • jordan United States

    Are you able to read this I really need it help,

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  • Lakeisha Washington, DC

    LOL!! I hate all your movies- the Medea plays were funny but what happened?! My story is no different than many. Dead father, crack addicted mother, foster child nobody ever wanted, and now the single mother of 6 children by 4 different me, LOL- what was I looking for right? None the less I LOVE my children and have always provided a warm, loving home for them. No wonderful man came in and saved my day. I recently had to quit my job due to no childcare during the hours I was scheduled to work. Not complaining because stuff happens. I have a child in college and a 12 year old in the 9th grade and my other 2 and doing really well in school, plus a set of twins, alone! That's a single mom! I do not drink, smoke, or date- who the heck has time. I find that all your movies have the same theme. Someone coming to save a woman. Well let me tell you- that's the most unrealistic c*** I have ever heard! Life hurts and its kicking most single mothers behind. There is no glory in being sleep deprived, no glory in crying because you can't pay the light bill, No glory in wondering how your going to get to work because you only have enough to pay the gas bill. Tyler were is the glory in hurting so bad standing in the rain waiting for the bus with 2 infants to take them to the doctor because they have had fevers all night. Your movies make me sick- Some woman struggle in silence, and education or lack of has nothing to do with it. I have struggled years, and lots of debt to get a college degree, and for what, to lose a low paying job because some idiot calls you at work to say he's leaving your babies home alone, and you rush back 45 minutes on the train to get them. LOL!!! Glory!!! I believe in GOD and pray and pray and yes he makes a way, we are not in the dark yet. Where's these movies, where is woman like me trying to do right by our children. I'd love to wave guns around, and shot people, but the reality is I'd be in jail and my kids would be with out a mother. Dating is impossible because I don't have time, or energy, ummm - I wonder if a man would like todays smell of baby vomit. LIFE SUCKS!! entertainment is great but, your not showing a realistic picture of the struggle!! I never have used drugs in my life- heck I don't even drink, I just cry and move on! No rich boss, no saver man- nope- just one day to the next in silence I struggle. That's the reality of most single mothers!! Now excuse me but I have to get 5 kids up- 3 to school and 2 to the doctor- another night of vomit and fever! Heck maybe I'll get saved and marry the bus driver. LOL!!!! They don't even wait when they see you running pushing 2 infants in a stroller!!! My only dream is to get a job to feed these kids and pay the bills- because I am not on welfare, not that that really helps any way! You are not showing America the struggle Tyler--- Your making movies, getting rich, off what Hollywood thinks is the struggle.

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  • Jordan parker davenport florida

    Dear Tyler Perry I really need you to hear my story I really badly need your help I mean I don't know what I'm doing I don't think your really going to see this but I really wish you could cause the person I see on tv and movies I really like and think is a great person hope your the same away from the cameras but please reply I need you to hear my story I need your help

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  • Lismarie echevarria waterbury connecticut

    A wheelchair-bound 29-year-old Waterbury woman might have a new van with a ramp to accommodate her wheelchair as early as this month thanks to some generous donors who made contributions through the crowd-funding Web site GoFundMe. Lismarie Echevarria was born in Puerto Rico with spina bifida, which prevents her from walking or moving her legs. She has gone through more than 18 surgeries and was clinically dead three times after going into cardiac arrest, which preventing her from getting a necessary surgery at birth, she said on her GoFundMe page. "I have no sensation from the waist down that is why I am in a wheel chair I have been like this since I was born," she said on the website. "When I was born I died three times in [sic] the operating table because doctors took me for surgery to put in my head what is called a VP shunt because the liquid from the spine was going up to my head and made my head grow and so the doctors needed to put that shunt in my head to make that liquid go back down." The Mazda Echevarria's family has was too small and doesn't have a ramp to make it accessible with a wheelchair, she said on the GoFundMe page, so Echevarria is looking for a van with a wheelchair ramp to help her get into the car to get to her doctor's appointments safely. Her goal was to raise $5,000 for a down payment. As of Tuesday afternoon, people have donated just a little bit more than that. "I have already reached my goal $5,000 but that $5,000 is only a part of the cost of the van- it is just a down payment but then I will have monthly payments any additional funds over the $5,000 will help with those costs. The van ranges from $45.000 to $30,000 Toyota sienna that is what I was told by the representative at the dealer," the GoFundMe page says. For more information, you can visit her Go Fund Me page at www.gofundme.com/lismarie.

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  • lismarie echevarria waterbury connecticut

    Hello, guys good morning to all of you. I want to just give you an update about my wheelchair van fundraiser my God people have been so, so generous and so good toward my fundraiser and they have helped me a lot so my dream could come true and thanks to God first and to the generous donors that have come forward and donate to my wheelchair van fundraiser. As of right now, I am at $6,421 from my $5,000 goal and I am so happy and excited that I went completely over the $5, 0000 goal. But the van I want is a Toyota which is my dream vehicle and it costs between $45,000 to $30,000 and the monthly payments for that van I think will be a little bit high and my financial situation is not that perfect because I don’t work and my parents don’t work either and I would like to get additional funds to help me cover for these monthly payments for the van that’s why I am keeping my gofundme page open so I can get additional funds. Here is a website you can go to and watch me talking about my situation …/donations-help-CT-woman-with-spina-bifida you can go to that website and watch that video where I talking about my fundraiser and situation thanks so much guys God bless you all. if you would like to make a donation please go to http//www.gofundme.com/lismarie.

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  • Jacquelyn Florida

    Dear Tyler Perry, My parents have recently gone through a divorce. I was going to stay in Tennessee with my dad but I ended up moving to Florida with my mom and siblings. I loved Tennessee and I have a passion for acting. I was involved in community theater for many years. When I moved down to Florida I lost so much of what I love:my home, my friends and the theater. Over the past couple of months I've been going though a depression. However,recently I have found a new church and a determination to start living only for God. Your story has inspired me. How you went from the bottom and made it to the top through hard work. I love your plays, movies, and tv shows. Whenever I feel sad, I just pop in one of your films and I feel so much better. Thank you for sending out Gods message. You've helped bring me closer to God. Keep up the good work, Jacquelyn

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  • dennis booker Louisville, ky

    Hello Mr perry, I currently live in LOUISVILLE, ky, however, i was born and raised in MONTGOMERY, wv, where the Bishop T.D Jakes is from. That being said, i just finished a three year prison sentence, and decided that i truly wanted to change my life, and try to be what god wants me to be. I am hoping that you would possibly try to mentor me, and maybe give me a few ideas, to help me on my new journey, because i truly believe that you understand, that people deserve second chances. I appreciate you reading my email, and pray that you and your family will stay blessed!!!!!!!

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  • Abbey Trotter Birmingham, AL

    Hi Mr. Perry, My name is Abbey Trotter and I have a friend, Brandon, who loves Madea. He loves you as Tyler, and all the work that you do as well. He loves all of your life lessons and the message that you want your readers and viewers to receive. We have watched all of your movies and plays and love every single thing that you do for people. We both are teachers and work in Birmingham city schools. It is an urban environment and we love our kids very much. We act like Madea most of the time to get our point across. (But in a respectable way for kids). We also use your life lessons to help kids understand things a little better. His birthday is February 15 and I would love for him to meet you! I don't know how all this works for you to be able to meet people but I thought this was the best way to contact you and for you to see my comment. It would make his life if he could meet you as Madea. I understand you are a very busy man but it would mean the world to us if you could do this. Please feel free to contact me anytime, I appreciate everything you do! Thank you so much in advance, Abbey Trotter

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  • Darius Hurns Tampa Fl 33584

    Hello Mr.Perry I am an artist and a writer. I have lots of great ideas for books, movies, TV shows and comics. I just need a little guidance on how to get started. If u have any ideas or advise please contact me. Thank You Darius R Hurns

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  • I.S SA

    Dear Mr Perry How can I get in touch with you on a business level?

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  • Mirian strong Plano Tx. 75074

    I wrote to ask if you would consider my novel published by Carlton Press. I have published two novels. Mystery of the Blanket (1994) and No Tear Drops For Me (2000). I entered my novels in several contests and came within the top 25% bracket of 7,624 entries. Since then I have written my novels into screenplay. My screenplays objective is not to figure out everything about being unusual, but to take the reader on a journey though reality of what it’s like to appear different and be the center of attention with control. The main character in No Tear Drops For Me, is Santo. He was born with a facial disfiguration and blind. This play shows why we should not judge a book by its cover, but the content. These plays illustrate a family living on a farm during the depression of the forties. The Mystery of the Blanket has 104 pages and touches on such as loss ,love, and anger. The main character is Santo’s mother, Maggie. After the death of her mother she was raised by her grandparents. If you would like to read my scripts, I will be glad to send you the entire script of both plays or a few sample. Both plays demonstrate how important decisions making can influence your life and others. Thanking you in advance for any consideration,

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  • Lynis New York

    Hi Mr. Perry - If you ever consider in doing a future project (i.e. movie or play) that involves Breast Cancer, I own a company called "New Day, New Smile." and my signature t-shirt is our inspirational "Will To Live - Conquering Breast Cancer" tee - a fabulous t-shirt with a beautiful design that speaks volumes. If you would like to see the breast cancer tee, my company is online and simply Google the company's name (New Day New Smile). As the saying goes, "tomorrow is not promise, but today is indeed a new day", and with a NEW DAY, NEW SMILE. All the best Mr. Perry and much continued success.

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