It’s Time For Tyler Perry To Leave Black Women Alone

(Original print, May 2018)

Tyler Perry, actor, producer, screenwriter, director, play-write, philanthropist, and all around bad-ass, has been serving up hot, tear-jerking dramas for the last two decades. In 2005, Perry’s Diary of A Mad Black Woman hit the big screen — a film literally chronicling a mad black woman as she escapes the clutches of an even madder black man. As…

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