It looks like Christian Keyes wants to clear Tyler Perry’s name.
Days after Keyes went live to detail years-long sexual harassment at the hands of a powerful billionaire, he liked a tweet about Perry not being his harrasser.
“Watching Christian Keyes & can tell he is clearly a victim…only $3 grand to his name & violated by a gay billionaire. & no, I don’t believe it was TP…I wish Christian would have taken action…that man will still have his money & good name & Christian will remain broken,” the tweet read.
Watching Christian Keyes & can tell he is clearly a victim…only $3 grand to his name & violated by a gay billionaire 🥺 & no I don't believe it was TP…I wish Christian would have taken action…that man will still have his money & good name & Christian will remain broken pic.twitter.com/FLLpxfIX1l
— It Tis What it Tis (@DaGoddess100) December 16, 2023
In case you missed it, the actor held a livestream on Instagram to speak out about a wealthy figure in the film industry who frequently made passes at him and even offered him $100,000 to strip and once tried grabbing his penis. Keyes claimed this individual was somebody who was greatly loved, and revealing their identity would have a significant impact on the entertainment industry. This sparked massive debates on social media regarding who it might be. Many believed the culprit was none other than Perry. Keyes rose to fame through his work on the early “Madea” plays. He is also the creator of the BET series “All The Queen’s Men,” which Perry executive produces. Therefore, it’s unlikely that he was referring to Perry, though it’s possible.
For now, Keyes is not revealing the name. Instead, he is planning to turn over audio recordings of the person’s voice to police. Perry has not commented publicly on the matter.