Tyler Perry Gave Out $21,000 In Tips At A Houston’s In Atlanta

April 6, 2020 / Posted by:

Coronavirus has shut down many, many businesses. Even Waffle House had to close hundreds of its doors signaling the end of days. Well, Tyler Perry is doing his part to help those struggling financially during this time of crisis. He’s done nice shit in the past and is doing more nice shit now. Tyler spent $21,000 on tips for the employees of his local Houston’s restaurant. Tyler may not give a writer a job, but he’ll help out struggling restaurant workers when they need it most.

Santa Tyler has done charitable acts before like paying off people’s layaways at Walmart during the holidays, giving Geoffrey Owens a role in one of his shows, and flying supplies down to the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian hit. TMZ says that Tyler continued with the goodwill on Sunday when he dropped by his favorite Houston’s in Atlanta and gave 42 servers each a $500 tip. And they didn’t even need to buy a billboard to get his attention.

On the one hand, it’s great that Tyler does good deeds with his money by helping out people who are down and out. On the other hand, he is responsible for these heinous wigs!

Tyler, please! Stick to the charity work and stop with the wig work!

Pic: Wenn.com

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