- Multi-talented producer and actor Tyler Perry is set to build a compound for homeless women and displaced youth on the land where his studio is located
- The film studio sprawling across 330 acres is located in Atlanta, GA, USA, and is said to have cost about N90 billion
- In an interview, Perry revealed that the compound will serve as a place for women and youths to be trained in the business
Ace producer and actor Tyler Perry is set to build a compound for homeless women and displaced youths in his N90 billion film studio. Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that Perry launched the massive film studio located in Atlanta, GA, USA, making him the owner of the first-black owned multifaceted film studio in America.
The magnificent work which has 12 sound stages dedicated to great actors of colour, will now also have a compound that will house homeless people. While speaking in an interview with Gayle King, Perry revealed that he is set to open the compound for trafficked, displaced and homeless women and youths.
His plan, he stated is to ensure that the compound serves as a place for these women and youth to be “trained in the business and become self sufficient.”
Not only has Perry touched the lives of many through his good deeds, he has made movies that sell the message of love and kindness to millions around the world.
His works have garnered a lot of support from the black community including getting a congratulatory message from former first lady, Michelle Obama, on social media.
Meanwhile, founder and CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, has revealed that he will be visiting Nigeria and three other African countries in November. Dorsey announced this in a post shared on Twitter, where he stated that he is headed to Nigeria, South Africa, Ethiopia and Ghana in the coming month.
The Twitter CEO also shared a photos of himself with African entrepreneurs and stated that he will be spending even more time with entrepreneurs when he touches down Africa.
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