Tyler Perry is without doubt one of Hollywood’s most inspirational entities.
A point he re-affirmed in earnest with the recent opening of his mammoth studio in Atlanta.
Recognising the influence and aspiration that surrounds his name, the star took to social media to share a little of his sauce with the masses.
But while some took to his words, others are taking him to task.
See what we mean below…
Moments ago, Perry shared a clip of scripts he’s written for his growing list of shows. Scripts he revealed he wrote entirely by himself. He touted this as a means of stressing how effective work ethic is:
WORK ETHIC!! Come on. Let’s go get 2020!!! pic.twitter.com/BzADIi1rAa
— Tyler Perry (@tylerperry) January 6, 2020
Quickly, though, several commenters expressed concerns about the quality of said scripts and the arguable issue attached to not having a writers room.
uncle, please, you need writers rooms.
not because you are ill-equipped per se but 1) writing so much in such a short time leaves you little time to produce quality and 2) writers rooms are an invaluable tool for giving opportunities to talented emerging writers.
— Daniellé DASH (@DanielleDASH) January 6, 2020
And therein lies the problem…
— Kemi (@kemi_keemi) January 6, 2020
Every single one will have the same plot with different context. Smh
— 🇧🇿 (@SdotS_) January 6, 2020
Notably, there were also several supporting his sentiment too. Which has us asking, what are…