Tyler Perry Pays Over $430K For Walmart Layaway Gifts In Atlanta

Tyler Perry Pays Over $430K For Walmart Layaway Gifts In Atlanta

After reports started circulating that the powerhouse filmmaker paid off nearly 1,500 people's bills by donating $432,635 to two locations of the retail titan, Perry took to Twitter to reveal himself as their Secret Santa.

Anyone who had items on layaway before 9:30 a.m. Thursday is covered - and will only need to pay one penny to retrieve their items, Perry said.

The actor and filmmaker, one of the highest-paid men in entertainment, played Santa and paid off nearly 1,500 people's bills for their layaways at two Walmarts in Georgia, E!

The store also took to Twitter to thank Perry: "Anonymous or not, we hope you know that you just made Christmas for so many families".

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In order for the shoppers to receive the items Perry paid for, they must pay one penny. "I know it's hard times". "I'm just really, really grateful to be able to be in a position to do this, so God bless you, go get your stuff".

The company was quick to express its gratitude for his act of kindness.

Tyler Perry is in the spirit of the season. "Merry Christmas", Perry said to close his video.

According to Global News, Walmart has confirmed that Perry paid off $432,635 worth of strangers' layaway items at the two locations. Thank you Tyler for this lovely gift! Her husband and the team's former owner, Tom Benson, passed away in March.

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