"My mother taught me to refuse hate," the filmmaker stated during his acceptance speech.
Perry’s generous support of Meghan Markle wasn’t the first time the filmmaker opened his heart and wallet to lend his support to Black women and we’re certain it won’t be the last.
The filmmaker says he's managing to stay positive during a mid-life crisis.
The entertainment mogul kept up his holiday tradition of giving back as volunteers gave away groceries at Tyler Perry Studios.
“In my grandmother's quilt, there were no patches that represented Black people on television," he said.
"When the world doesn’t offer you a seat at the table, you can build your own,” said Perry of the honor.
The digital experience celebrates 20 years of the character’s journey.
Our Entertainment Director is into these new projects, starting with the eerie and very timely Lovecraft Country.
"I’m gonna do it afraid," she said of launching her stage career.
The media queen surprised youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman during her virtual graduation.
“This is not a cure for COVID-19. Please hear me clearly. This is not a cure for COVID-19," he stressed.
“My goal is to find a path forward to protect both the health and the livelihoods of my cast and crew," he said in a recent interview.
"Please, please, please, I beg you to take this seriously," he wrote.
Well, it was fun while it lasted.