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Tiffany (Diamond White), the spoiled princess heroine of “Tyler Perry’s Boo!

A Madea Halloween,” is 17 years old, which means that she must have been around five when Perry’s first movie came out.

(Unless, of course, you count the fact that half of the film’s frat boys talk like “gangstas.”) It’s simply a non-issue. Of course, this being a Tyler Perry movie, it’s also set in a place where things haven’t evolved at all, and that’s the one occupied by Tiffany’s great-aunt, Madea, that old-school badass frump hellion who never gets old.

It has something to do with her rage, and with how quickly she talks: Perry, done up in pearls and a dress of crimson paisley large enough to house a refrigerator, plays Madea, as always, by tearing through his lines as if the character’s very existence depended on her beating everyone to the punchline.

Additionally, the network announced the final seasons of Perry’s popular comedy series “Love Thy Neighbor” and “For Better or Worse,” which will both move to Saturday nights. “For Better or Worse” will premiere its sixth season on Saturday, June 10 with back-to-back episodes at 9 p.m. “Tyler has been an incredible collaborator, a great partner and has an unprecedented track record of success with his hit scripted series,” said Erik Logan, president, OWN.

“Love Thy Neighbor” will premiere its fourth season on Saturday, March 4 with back-to-back episodes at 9 p.m. “Tyler’s shows are must see TV for his loyal audience and we are excited to offer up a brand-new comedy and more episodes of their favorite Tyler dramas on OWN.

No one speaks as fast as Madea: not her relatives, not the innocents she browbeats into submission, not the dreaded popo.

She may look like a stodgy Church Lady, but she’s a bawdy homespun terrorist with the street in her blood — in “Boo!

Hmm…Let me say, several things ran through my head when I read this.

Source: Getty Last week, Tyler Perry turned 45 and celebrated his birthday by throwing himself a star-studded birthday bash that included Stevie Wonder playing the piano.

Though that was a highlight of the night, apparently, the most memorable moment came when Perry announced that he’s expecting his first child.

From what we can tell, however, there was only one incident between the two at the alleged location where Sole reportedly trespassed in order to talk with Perry.

Reports did not specify what Sole wanted to talk with Perry about, but we doubt it was “work related.” The lawsuit does claim that Josh Sole has been “stubbornly litigious, or acted in bad faith, or caused the plaintiff unnecessary trouble and expense” reports The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

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