Rapping the Royal a selling point?
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Targeting the Royal family seems to have become a selling point. Criticism of the Kingdom and ‘revelations of rights violation’ have become a benchmark for the promotion of a memoir, web series, etc.
In the latest instance, the Royal family bash has been added up to spice up the story of filming a Netflix blockbuster in Bradford.
The director of this blockbuster ‘Six Triple Eight’ is Harry and Meghan's friend Tyler Perry, a Daily Mail report states, adding that the 53-year-old appeared on the couple's Netflix documentary to accuse the Royal Family of mistreating them.
The billionaire claimed the Palace cut off the Sussexes' money and ended their security – ‘all the things a batterer would do’.
Perry claimed he “knew the symptoms” of coercive control and abuse after watching his late mom Maxine being abused by his alcoholic father Emmitt.
Referring to Meghan and Harry, Perry said: “She was abused. And so was he. I knew the symptoms, I saw it. I saw my mother being abused for years.
The UK paper adds that Perry while speaking about how the palace behaved said, “To use the institution to try and do all the things a batterer would do, like here's what we're going to do, we are going to cut off the money, not leave you with security, we're gonna do all those things to make you comply and come back.
“And for the both of them to have the wherewithal to say 'I don't give a damn if it's the palace, I'm out of here', I applauded that.”
Perry revealed he had reached out to Meghan just before her wedding day to offer her support.
"It was not until two years after Meghan's marriage to Harry that she called Perry again to tell him she was afraid."
Perry revealed after this phone call, he offered up his $ 18 million Beverly Hills home to the couple to use as their personal residence after they quit the monarchy.
Perry directed three previous films for Netflix, including A Fall From Grace, A Madea Homecoming and A Jazzman’s Blues.