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Women Hilariously Shooting Their Shot To Go On A Date With Tyler Perry Is All Of Us

Women Hilariously Shooting Their Shot To Go On A Date With Tyler Perry Is All Of Us

“Maybe we can go out on a date.”

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Tyler Perry is a multi-gazillionaire that has so much about life figured out. His brand has evolved from an over-the-top Madea, to a philanthropic juggernaut that makes all the right moves in accordance to his people.

He's also became a family man when in 2014, he welcomed his son, Aman, with Ethiopian model, author and philanthropist Gelila Bekele. He's usually notoriously tight-lipped about his personal life since the birth of his son, but recently, the 51-year old mega-mogul took to social media to share a post-workout selfie that made all our mamas, aunties, and grandmamas swoon in the most hilarious way.

And this isn't the first time, as he not too long ago, posted a pic, sporting a beard and infamous grey shorts, that made us all scratch our heads, like...Madea, is that you?

In his latest thirst trap, the caption read:

"This is what a midlife crisis looks like. I'm 51, single and wondering what the next chapter in my life will look like. Whatever it looks like I'm going to walk with God, be the best father and man I can be, hold my head up high, and try to look my best doing it!! In a world with so much sadness, please try and stay in the good! Merry Christmas and let's look forward to 2021 bringing us peace!"

And chiiiiiile, the ladies certainly did not disappoint as they came out in droves.

One woman jumped things off by getting to the point:

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And then, Auntie Kim showed up to give it a try:

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Sheila went ahead and asked for the date:

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Some had fun with the post:

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Others had us on the floor:

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But mostly, the ladies were showing off how much BLACK DON'T CRACK, m'kay!?

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Perry has yet to respond to the viral response of his post, but either way, I thank the culture for keeping us entertained at all times.

Sidebar: *whispers* Mr. Perry, I'm 34 and I live in...just kidding, just kidding.

Feature image via Tyler Perry/Twitter

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