Oct 11, 2017 – Here is the article that BCNN1 wrote last October 11th, 2017, lovingly and respectfully encouraging Tyler Perry to kill his character Madea titled “Tyler Perry, a Mature Christian Man and Father of a Boy, Should Kill the Beloved Madea After ‘Boo 2′”
In light of the fact that Tyler Perry is respected as a Christian man, in light of the fact that he has a son, Aman, and in light of the present, tragic, confused, homosexual, transgender climate in our country, Tyler Perry should strongly and prayerfully consider killing Madea or letting one of his talented female actors take over the role or a similar role in his movies.
At this time, the last thing we need inside the church or outside the church is an obviously heterosexual man dressing up as a woman. Even though, as far as movies go, it has been done well in the past. And, more importantly, for Tyler Perry’s son, Aman, to see his father dressed up like a woman may cause confusion in his mind as it is probably causing confusion in the minds of children everywhere.
To be honest, most of us, black and white, love Madea. Maybe we should have never loved her at all. But it is time for Madea to die.
In fact, Tyler Perry could make millions of dollars off of a movie titled Madea’s Funeral and have all of the people who have been in the Madea films before to come to the funeral in character.
Nobody’s mad at you, Tyler Perry, but it’s time for Madea to die. And, don’t worry, she will be resurrected many times on Netflix.
Oct 31, 2018 – Tyler Perry reveals he is killing off Madea. Here’s why.
Madea’s days of crude language and criminal offenses are coming to an end.
Tyler Perry, 49, revealed Monday that he’s killing off the iconic character next year, nearly two decades after everyone was introduced to the gun-toting grandmother.
Don’t fret. Madea will make a final cameo in a farewell stage tour and in 2019’s “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral,” but based on Perry’s admission, it may be the profane matriarch being laid to rest.
“We’re gonna say goodbye in (2019),” Perry said.
His reasoning? “I just don’t want to be her age, playing her.” Perry has portrayed Madea since 1999, debuting the infamous character onstage during, “I Can Do Bad All by Myself.”
Despite retiring the makeup and wig forever, Perry will likely hold Madea close to his heart. The character – based on his own mother, aunt and Eddie Murphy’s performance in “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps” – has grossed more than $500 million worldwide at the box office from 10 films.
Source: USA Today