Tyler Perry is directing followers to not fall for any scams involving his identify.
“I’m not giving freely something on Fb,” he confirmed in a Fb clip posted to his web page on Tuesday.
Within the video, titled, “Do not Fall for Scams,” Perry, 48, warned followers that he is not giving freely any money regardless of what some hoax “giveaways” declare, although he did not specify what precisely the scams entailed.
The “Diary of Mad Black Girl” star added that “[his] group has to close down this stuff on a regular basis,” referring to scams.
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“There’s a brand new one popping up, don’t give your data to those folks, don’t give them something,” he confused.
He continued, “I do not know who they’re however daily we’ve to get 10, 20, 30 of these issues shut down on Fb.”
Perry reiterated he’s not providing any giveaways.
“Please do me a favor,” he urged. “Please do me a favor, submit this all over the place so folks will know that isn’t true.”
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Perry quickly launched into his life experiences, calling himself “a giver.”
“I give a whole lot of issues to lots of people to a whole lot of staff – random issues, automobiles, homes – I do,” he revealed. “However that isn’t true, OK?”
The now-viral video has amassed greater than four.eight million views — with a number of customers commenting on the submit to thank Perry for his warning.