Tyler Perry Talks About Controversy From Donating To Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Church [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

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    Tyler Perry is tremendously blessed and he’s known for sharing those blessings with others. He joined “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” to talk about his donation to Bishop T.D. Jakes‘ youth center earlier this year. Listen to the audio to hear Tyler Perry talk about the controversy and why he gave a million dollars in this exclusive interview!

    Click here for past interviews and listen to “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show” weekdays from 6-10 am EST/5-9 am CST.

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    4 thoughts on “Tyler Perry Talks About Controversy From Donating To Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Church [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

    1. A gree with you both, Joe & Linda. It is his money and he sure can do absolutley anything he wants. and yet, I do kinda wonder , as I have a penchant for rooting for the underdog, why he wouldnt have gone elsewhere. One thing I have leanred in life is that rich folk seem to want to rub elbows with other rich folk. Even celevrities like Tyler are no exception. Lets hop TD does something good with the donation.

      • The rich folk who he look up to and throw money at are not the folks who made him who he is today! It’s the African Americans who buy his tickets and watch his shows. He give TD Jakes church a million dollars, but refuse to address a mothers request through fan mail asking for a donation for a wheelchair ramp. If you are going give, and want it to be known, stop picking a certain people! No excuses!

    2. I feel he should have found a church who was in need & donated to them T.D.Jakes is already rich & his church, Tyler can give his money to whom ever, but there are smaller churches who could have used that money, T.D Jakes is not in need of anything, & I feel he could have split the money up & gave to the needy, church or no church.

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