Tyler Perry has vowed to share his profit with his community and he's proved it once again. Perry is known to visit Houston's in Atlanta as a regular customer since the coronavirus has caused a massive quarantine through the states. One location has placed 42 employees on leave until further notice. Perry took to his checkbook and left a $500 tip to each one of the locations employees.
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Many are calling Perry a saint for his patronage. The media mogul is known for his generosity through the industry, leading the way for others to join. Perry has hired ex-con's at his studios, as reviled in an instagram post dedicated to his nephew, to ensure a new life for those striving for it. Many recall the actor/ director paid off many layaway bills at an Atlanta Walmart for Christmas to help struggling families for the holidays.
Perry is one of many celebrities to share the wealth with the unemployed. Kevin Love has donated $100,000 Cavs arena staff. Blake Griffin donated $100,000 to Little Cesars Arena. Between The Golden State Warriors owners, players and coaches, $1 million has been donated to a disaster relief fund or Chase Center employees. One things for sure, a trend is starting and families in need are appreciating it. Thank you all for helping your communities.
For information on how to donate to your local community, log onto your city's website for multiple ways you can help during the corona virus pandemic.