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Tyler Perry Drops Over $430k to Pay Off Walmart Layaway Items in Atlanta

TMZ.com Thursday, 6 December 2018
Tyler Perry Drops Over $430k to Pay Off Walmart Layaway Items in AtlantaChristmas came early for a bunch of lucky Walmart customers ... because Tyler Perry just picked up their tabs. Sources close to the situation tell TMZ ... the famous actor and filmmaker wrote a couple big checks to 2 Atlanta area Walmarts Thursday,…
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Tyler Perry Drops Over $400K for Walmart Layaway Customers According to TMZ, Perry wrote checks for two Walmarts in Georgia on Thursday in an attempt to help people out during the holidays. Perry took to Twitter to announce which stores had received his donation. Within Perry's Twitter video, he gave...

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