An American actor Alfonso Ribeiro says he doesn’t want anything to do with Tyler Perry for him to regain Hollywood fame.

Alfonso shared this in a reply to an X user who had suggested that Tyler Perry should help Ribeiro’s career

“@tylerperry needs to revamp @alfonso_ribeiro career, I just know he could,” the person posted.

Ribeiro commented: “I don’t need or ever want that man to do anything for me.”

He cleared the air that even though he is no longer active in acting, he doesn’t want to be uplifted by Tyler Perry.

This had reactions from fans. Some had this to say:

“Uh, for those in the industry, everyone doesn’t consider working with TP a step up .There’s a term (chitlin circuit) used, and it’s not meant to be complimentary”
“Also his career doesn’t need revamping. He’s doing quite well.”

“I’m sure he has ideas of his own, and if he wanted to reenter that realm it’d be quite easy And ain’t nobody looking to work for that man especially if they wanna keep his pants up.”

Tyler Perry is a renowned American playwright, actor, screenwriter, producer, and director.

He has produced many hit films and television programs, including, The Haves and the Have Nots, For Better or Worse, If Loving You Is Wrong and many others.

In a recent interview with Closer Weekly, Ribeiro shared that his acting career has stalled after playing Carlton Banks( in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air).

“It was one of the greatest roles that I ever was fortunate enough to play, but it was also the role that stopped me from acting again because people couldn’t see me as anything else,” he shared.

Moreover, Alfonso did not mention where the bad lack originates, his IMDB page shows he has 12 directing credits on the former Tyler Perry sitcom Meet the Browns, so it’s possible that the two have worked together before.

This exchange of words has made Tyler Perry to trend on X.

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