Tyler Perry is the epitome of his movie titled “Good Deeds.” The man just keeps on giving!

After donating $1 million to Bishop T.D. Jakes’ church and $100,000 to a struggling Ohio School district, he has handed out even more blessings to an Atlanta family.

A lady by the name of Xernna Nieves was facing eviction earlier this week after struggling to pay her rent, due to her 16-year-old son’s battle with severe aplastic anemia. Her son has undergone two bone marrow transplants while their family of five has been trying to keep it together financially. The Make-A-Wish Foundation recently paid for Xernna and her sick son John to fly out to meet NBA baller Derrick Rose, but when they got back home, there was bad news waiting at the door in the form of an eviction notice.

It’s been a downhill struggle for the Atlanta woman since losing her job two years ago, and she gets no child support for any of her children.   She told Channel 2 Action News that even when she tried to pay the back rent, the office wouldn’t accept:

I was told that corporate office told her not to accept any more rent money from us.[...]I don’t have access to public transportation. I don’t have a car. I can’t get around.

After the story aired, Tyler Perry took action, and contacted the apartment’s management

Tyler Perry is the epitome of his movie titled “Good Deeds.” The man just keeps on giving!

After donating $1 million to Bishop T.D. Jakes’ church and $100,000 to a struggling Ohio School district, he has handed out even more blessings to an Atlanta family.

A lady by the name of Xernna Nieves was facing eviction earlier this week after struggling to pay her rent, due to her 16-year-old son’s battle with severe aplastic anemia. Her son has undergone two bone marrow transplants while their family of five has been trying to keep it together financially. The Make-A-Wish Foundation recently paid for Xernna and her sick son John to fly out to meet NBA baller Derrick Rose, but when they got back home, there was bad news waiting at the door in the form of an eviction notice.

It’s been a downhill struggle for the Atlanta woman since losing her job two years ago, and she gets no child support for any of her children.   She told Channel 2 Action News that even when she tried to pay the back rent, the office wouldn’t accept:

I was told that corporate office told her not to accept any more rent money from us.[...]I don’t have access to public transportation. I don’t have a car. I can’t get around.

After the story aired, Tyler Perry took action, and contacted the apartment’s management


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