Tyler Perry is being dragged by social media users for always bringing black women down in his movies.
This is coming after the trailer his new movie “A Fall from Grace”, a romantic thriller with a legal drama slant and an undercurrent of violence, was posted by Netflix on Twitter.
The first trailer is less of a mood-setter and more of a condensed plot synopsis, but if you’re a fan of Perry’s work, it should be on your radar.
Once social media users watched the trailer, they were quick to point out that most of Tyler Perry movies drag black women down.
See reactions by social media users gathered by LailasNews;
@LIBGyal: What is wrong with Tyler Perry LMFAO how many times this one plotline
@AnimeOtaku1723: Tyler Perry refuses to produce a show that doesnt involve the emotional abuse, torture, and beating of the downtrodden black women
@iamOkon: What if Tyler Perry just loves to tell a black woman’s story instead of thinking he’s obsessed with seeing black women battered and abused with the plot(s) of his movies.
@welpimgay: Tyler Perry has literally went from sleeping in his car BROKE to having a net worth of 600 million, opening a huge studio in Atlanta to EMPLOY aspiring BLACK actresses and actors so put some respect on HIS name 🤷🏻♂️ his movies tells the PAIN woman go through
Some social media users didn’t follow the crowd though, as they pointed out the positive aspect of his movies.
@aneleamandaKay: #TylerPerry is Tyler Perry really trending number one because all of you’ll are complaining on your sofa’s, unwilling to go make your own happy black women movies, based on all the happy black women you know?
@Adunni_Achebe: Dunno y pple have this urge to drag Tyler Perry whenever he releases a movie.
I get that there r other aspects of black women’s lives beside the cheating & manipulation they face from their spouses but this is what he relates to & is obviously good at.
Pls let the man breath 😅
@Sisi_tomi: I keep wondering why people complain about the pattern of Tyler Perry’s movies.
He’s using his movies to hammer on what black women go through, how’s that wrong? Is it activism? Why are you complaining
@segalink: Tyler Perry made a Netflix debut showcasing once again from the perspective of the woman how twisted men make monsters of women and those whose impact is yet to be felt in their family let alone globally, suddenly have an issue? 🤔 #FixSociety