TYLER PERRY’S ‘A FALL FROM GRACE’ ATTRACTS TWITTER CRITICS WHO SAY FILM ATTACKS BLACK WOMEN


It was just yesterday, Friday (01-03-19) that Netflix released the trailer for Tyler Perry’s new thriller called “A Fall From Grace” starring Crystal Fox.

In the film, which the streaming giant has set for a January 17 release date, Fox plays a woman named Grace Waters who is recently divorced, but finds herself falling for a younger man named Shannon, played by Mehcad Brooks.

Court scene from ‘A Fall From Grace’

Well, guess what? According to UrbanHollywood411, after the trailer for the film dropped, Perry became a top trending topic on Twitter. While some social media users said they plan to watch the movie, others accused Perry of recycling storylines and reinforcing stereotypes about black women.

“Tyler Perry refuses to produce a show that doesn’t involve the emotional abuse, torture, and beating of the downtrodden black women,” one person tweeted.

Tyler Perry refuses to produce a show that doesnt involve the emotional abuse, torture, and beating of the downtrodden black women

— Brown Skin Girl With Skin Like Pearls (@AnimeOtaku1723) January 3, 2020

“It is true that Tyler Perry is DEFINITELY obsessed with Black women trauma. Every time he releases a movie it is always something like this,” another person wrote.

Well, that’s just a taste of what critics of Perry and the film are saying. Want to find out what else folks are getting off their chest? No problem, just click over to Anita Bennett’s UrbanHollywood411.com.

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