Tyler Perry: 'I am not giving anything away on Facebook'

Lewis Collier
July 12, 2018

Actor, director, and writer Tyler Perry has a warning for people who are sharing a video, saying he is giving away free stuff.

Perry was responding to persistent posts on Facebook, purported to be from him, in which users are asked to share or like a post for a chance to win cash or prizes. There's a new one popping up, do not give your information to any of these people.

'Do not give them anything.

In the 56-second video titled "Don't Fall for Scams", Perry said he's not now giving away anything on the social media site. "I am not giving away any money". I am not giving away any money. It's Tyler Perry, I'm not giving away anything. "Please do me a favor, post this everywhere so people will know that is not true".

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No, Tyler Perry isn't going to give you a vehicle. "But I'm not giving away anything on Facebook".

Last week, actress Tiffany Haddish revealed on social media that Perry bought her a deep metallic blue Tesla SUV that she'd talked about wanting on the set of their upcoming movie "Nobody's Fool".

Tiffany said she was touched by the gesture, and said he purchased her the vehicle 'out of the kindness of his heart'. But Perry said he's not behind any of them, and he wants his fans to be cautious.

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