Tyler Perry Shares Photo of Ashy Hand as He Reminds Fans to Stay Safe & Wash up Amid COVID-19 Spread
Moviemaker Tyler Perry showed fans the state of his hands as he keeps adhering to the guidelines set in place against the Coronavirus.
Tyler Perry is making the most of the self-quarantine policy, and in a new Instagram post, the "Madea" star showed fans what he's been up to.
The one-photo post showed Perry in the interior of his home, rocking his signature look and raising one hand up to the camera.
WASH YOUR HANDS
"I don't care how ashy I get! I'll keep washing my hands. Y'all stay safe. Wash your hands!!"
Perry's hands may be experiencing discoloration from trying to keep up his hygiene, but the celebrity is not relenting in keeping up the fight against Coronavirus.
Tyler's post was hilarious, and fans reacted accordingly. Celebrities like Tracee Ellis Ross and Kerry Washington also gave their lighthearted opinions in the comments.
Perry's production rewarded a fan who longed to be on one of the versatile star's movies.
FILMING AMIDST COVID-19
Following the threatening effect of the Coronavirus pandemic, many production companies have placed a hold on filming, and this also includes the cancelation of live-audiences on TV shows.
Tyler Perry Studios are not left out as the CEO has banned production for the meantime. Before the emergency decision was taken, Perry planned to shoot two TV series for some weeks.
Although production has been put on hiatus, the "A Fall From Grace" maker will pay the freelancers who were to work on the projects. His staff aren't left out as they keep getting paid while working from home.
TYLER PERRY'S FAN GETS REWARD
The upcoming star paid Billboard companies to put up her face so she could catch the production company's attention, and it worked out well!
Subsequently, Bailey was slated for auditions, and presently, she has a role on the "Sistas" TV series. Racquel plays the part of officer Rayah on the series.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!