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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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  • 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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  • ROBIN ROBINSON virginia

    My name is Robin Robinson, resident of Manassas, VA. Over the past year my family of five and myself has been through some up and downs. I was employed at Intersections, Inc for 13 years and once the company began to be investigated by the US Dept of Consumer Affairs; I was laid off. We currently reside at Homestyle Inn 9913 C******* Rd, Manassas, VA 20110 were 85% of my income is being consumed by our stay at the hotel. My husband Roger is currently employed at the Salvation and Army, yet still we are barely keeping our heads above the water. Recently, my food stamp case has been closed and that will afford us into a deeper h*** than we are in. If you can please assist as we are making an attempt to move forward into a home, the closing of this case will put us two steps back. Sincerely, Mrs. Robin Robinson

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  • TASHA GRAVES INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA

    HELP BRING GRANDMOTHER HOME Hello, Thank you so much for taking the time to read our story. My name is Tasha Graves and I LOVE my grandmother. Her name is Nelladean Hinkins. She is 77 years old. This lady is the rock of my family. My dad was her only child and he passed in 1989 when I was 10 years old. Needless to say as an adult I took over where he left off. It is my joy and my responsibility to make sure that she is cared for. She has always been so independent. She worked 40+ years as a head start pre-school teacher. The love, support, and encouragement she has showed to me and countless other children over the years is immeasurable. Well on December 25th (Christmas Day) my grandmother had a stroke. Another followed on December 29th, 2014. The strokes took her mobility and left her confused. I was so scared that I would lose her or that she would never regain her mental abilities. But GOD!!! She has been in a nursing home facility every since working hard to regain her strength and cognition. Let me tell you we are blessed she is back almost 100%. She still has issues with mobility, but everyday she gives it her all. The nursing home is ready to discharge her. She has a visiting nurse service set up, meals on wheels, and myself to make sure she is okay. I have made arrangements to move her out of her home where she resided for 50 years. With a little urging, (and bribery like lays potato chips and Mr. Goodbar's....LOL)she is happily moving to an independent senior citizen apartment. I am so proud of her for handling this situation like a champ. I need your help purchasing the medical equipment she needs to go home. She needs a special wheelchair (hemi 16x22) because she's so short, a shower chair, and a medical grade mattress and box spring. As soon as I get these items I can bring my sunshine home. Any financial help you can offer is sooooooo.......appreciated. I'd also like to ask for your prayers and thank you in advance. My grandmother has always been in my corner and taken care of me. I am determined (with your help) to return to her the same love and care she has showed me. THANK YOU!!!! Tasha Graves COPY, PASTE & SHARE:

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  • Tracy Booze Danville Va 24540

    Hi Tyler Perry I love your plays and movies I am a actor and a writer I have a dream to do them both .I wrote my first play on August 29 called Broken Vessels we sold out 500 seats I did not realize the hard work it would take because all I knew that God was able ,I knew how to write so it was like jumping in the ocean but not knowing how to swim. It was breathe taking scary and exciting at the same time it was like I was living in dream soooo wow.But I need help will you help me.I presented the same play on September 15 and drew 200 more then the first show.know I am writing my next play Mr Perry will you help .

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  • Phyllis Powder springs /Ga

    Hi Tyler , I want to thank you for what you do, your good work and your good heart. I know you also help people to achieve their goals. I'm an African girl with dreams, I have been taking acting classes and I'm sure I'm ready to start my 1st level of my dreams. I'm 24 with a teen body, I can do teen movies too. I humbly request you to consider me if you have any role, if you need any African girl, you can try me and see if I would be what you want, if not , I would appreciate any advice from you. Thank you and may God bless you more and more as you bless others.

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