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Tyler Perry donates $1m to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts, Defends Joel Osteen | WATCH - BellaNaijaActor and filmmaker Tyler Perry has announced that he is donating $1 million to the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

Perry made the announcement in a video on his Facebook, where he also came to the defense of maligned pastor Joel Osteen.

The pastor had been criticized on social media for not opening his 16,700-capacity church to people displaced by the flood.

Osteen had said he was in touch with Texan officials, and was prepared to house people once shelters reached capacity.

Perry, in the video, said he trusts Osteen, and has spoken with him to clarify things.

He continued that $250,000 out of the $1 million will be going to Osteen’s Lakewood Church for providing for food and other materials needed by the displaced camped there.

He added that another $250,000 will go to Beyonce‘s pastor Rudy Rasmus who is also helping the displaced and providing relief materials.

Watch the video below:

5 Comments

  1. Diamond

    September 1, 2017 at 6:09 pm

    What this means is he is giving $500,000 to the relief effort. The other $500,000 is for pastors

  2. Sade Twyse

    September 1, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    Of course he will defend a pastor that supports his alternative lifestyle. Ahem…how come that chic disappeared as soon as she had a baby for you Tyler? Wonder how much you paid her to play your beard for the media to go away. Lol

    • dd

      September 2, 2017 at 10:27 am

      ahhh! sade judgina twyse ”
      and then you put lol ….as if what you have written will make sense…some of you talk like you were in their shoes or in the room where this was discussed… it’s so easy to critise people without finding out what really is the problem..

    • Bolaji

      September 2, 2017 at 11:12 am

      She lives with him in Atlanta. Not everyone documents their personal life on social media.

  3. Jane

    September 4, 2017 at 11:02 am

    Everyone judging pastors and men of God like all of them are bad. Stop criticizing people you don’t know. That’s how people will be attracting God’s judgment on their heads.

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