Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Tyler Perry's $430,000 Random Act of Kindness Will Warm Your Heart

Tyler Perry's $430,000 Random Act of Kindness Will Warm Your Heart

Perry spent about $434,000 on the holiday surprise, but there is a catch: His gift is only for items put on layaway at those stores before 9:30 a.m. December 6.

"I know it's hard times, everyone's struggling and I'm just really, really grateful to be able to be in a position to this".

Perry took to his social media accounts to explain that he meant to keep the kind gesture completely anonymous, but the word quickly got out.

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The store also took to Twitter to thank Perry: "Anonymous or not, we hope you know that you just made Christmas for so many families". "So Merry Christmas to everybody - you've gotta go into the Walmart and get your layaway, pay a penny - one penny - and you get your layaway". "So, God bless you, go get your stuff and Merry Christmas", Perry said in his Twitter video.

Actor, comedian, and filmmaker Tyler Perry is perhaps best known for his "Madea" character and his long-running sitcom, Tyler Perry's House of Payne. Well, almost. Individuals with items on reserve in those stores can go pick them up for a single penny. Tyler Perry just reminded everyone of the true meaning of the season.

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, any items placed on layaway at the East Point and Douglasville stores before 9:30 a.m. December 6, were included in Perry's payments. Her husband and the team's former owner, Tom Benson, passed away in March.

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