Tyler Perry sends emotional message to his 5-year-old self

Tyler Perry sends emotional message to his 5-year-old self

- Tyler Perry, ace actor and producer, has sent a thank-you message to himself when he was 5-years-old

- The actor thanked the little boy that he was then for helping him achieve starting a challenging journey with him

- Perry said the innocence and purity of that young self pushed him on even when the road was daunting

The media enigma, production manager and all-round entertainer, Tyler Perry, has sent a thank you note to his 5-year-old self.

In an Instagram post on Thursday, September 19, Tyler said he is very grateful for how that little boy survived everything that he went through.

He said even though he was not intent on going through them, the innocence and the pureness of the boy that he was made him survive.

He signed off the note by appreciating that young version of him of how he has been with him throughout his years.

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In subsequent paragraphs of his post, he therefore asked his followers what they would say to their younger self, telling them that doing so could be a very life-changing experience.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tyler was set on building very big homes for women and displaced youth.

The magnificent studio which has 12 sound stages dedicated to great actors of colour, will now also have a compound that will house homeless people.

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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.”

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