Tyler Perry is not just a big name in the entertainment industry, he’s also a huge social media user, and a big fan of #OscarsSoWhite.
As the Oscar-winning director of movies such as The Big Short and How to Be Single, Perry has become a fixture on Twitter and Instagram as well as Instagram.
He recently had a go at another major star, Ben Affleck, during the Academy Awards, which saw the Academy Award winner receive a standing ovation.
He told his followers: “He’s so white.
So much so, he literally doesn’t even look at you.
He’s so black, he could have sworn I was in the crowd!”
The actor went on to say he was proud of his actor friend for making a positive impact on society.
“He makes a difference,” Perry said.
“We’re just like, ‘This is awesome!
He’s making a difference.
He has a real heart.'”
As he continues to be active on social media, Perry is also taking to social media to make his views known.
In an Instagram post, he wrote: “The last time I tweeted about racism was when I was 17.
You can’t change who you are.
If you look at history, if you look into the history of this country, if people of color ever feel that they can’t make themselves heard because they’re a minority, that’s not America. “
The real racism is in our country.
If you look at history, if you look into the history of this country, if people of color ever feel that they can’t make themselves heard because they’re a minority, that’s not America.
That’s a racist country.
We have to start listening to them and changing.”
Perry’s post also included a picture of himself with a bottle of Jack Daniel’s whiskey.
The star also recently tweeted: “I can’t believe I’m not black anymore.
I can’t imagine living a life without being white.
I’m a big guy.”
Perry is the latest in a line of stars to join the growing movement of #SoWhite, a hashtag that has been launched by celebrities such as Caitlyn Jenner, who has been sharing a video of herself living a mixed-race existence.
Earlier this year, Katy Perry also came out as an #SoWhiter, and recently tweeted that she feels like she’s the “only one.”
“I’m a huge fan of black people, especially Black men,” Perry told The New York Times in a recent interview.
“And I’m proud to be Black and I’m also proud to call myself a man.”