Tyler Perry shares a letter about how he deals with grief after recent deaths of Takeoff and Zuri Craig from Migos.

Tyler Perry shares a letter about how he deals with grief after recent deaths of Takeoff and Zuri Craig from Migos.

Entertainment has suffered some significant losses in recent years, including Angela Lansbury’s TV and film legacy, as well as Takeoff from Migos. Before Takeoff’s unfortunate passing following a shooting on November 1, America’s Got TalentOn October 21, Zuri Craig, a 33-year-old alum, died unexpectedly. Craig and Takeoff’s passings hit home for successful media mogul Tyler Perry, as the late rapper is from his Atlanta — where Perry is a staple. Perry worked alongside Craig on many projects. MadeaFilms in which the actor or music producer was deceased. The businessman wrote about grief after the deaths of the stars.

The A Jazzman’s BluesDirector jumped on to his InstagramHe spoke candidly about how he dealt with the loss of both men in this interview. Craig’s passing was highlighted in this video (via People) and Takeoff, he took the time to acknowledge the recent deaths of real estate agent Robert Wyatt Wheeler and David Arnold, TV producer and writer. Perry wasn’t shy when it came time to share his own personal experiences. Perry spoke about the often clichéd feelings that bereaved people receive from others. His words were:

Hey…. Let me just say that it is common for people to use cliches like “you loved them but God loved you best” or “they are with God now”. While these statements may seem sincere, the truth is that nothing can comfort you. One moment you will be fine, and the next, you’ll be in pain.

Although the grieving process can involve many emotions, it can vary from one person to another. Tyler Perry stated that people can feel great one minute and then cry the next. It seems that through these words, he just wanted to reassure those dealing with loss that it’s fine to go through such waves.

Because he lost his mother in 2009, the writer/director has experienced grief firsthand. Multihyphenate, who spoke out about not being able schedule grief and made a point of pointing out to fans how one can’t. “work”Through grief

You can’t “work”You can’t go through it. It will just wait for your completion. It will not let you sleep, and it will always be there waiting for you when you wake up in the morning. Trust me, it tried. I tried, but grief is a living entity that comes and goes at will.

The following are the Don’t Look UpStar stated that grieving is more than a quick process. Sometimes, one just lives with it for a time. Perry continued his remarks with another piece on the power of prayer. However, he also offered another insightful suggestion.

My only offer is a prayer. I pray that you receive it in waves. Gentle ones that allow you to function with enough grace between them. Last but not least, I want to say to you, dear friend: surround yourself with people you trust. It’s difficult to trust yourself when your grief wraps around you like a familiar robe.

People who are grieving can benefit from the support and comfort of their loved ones. Perry paid tribute to the men he had mentioned in his post by sharing his encouragement words and a slideshow tribute. One thing that you can learn about Perry is his willingness to share flowers with people. Perry paid him a million bucks for one day of work following the death Cicely Tyson. Why did I get married?

Tyler Perry is not the only one who mourns Zuri Craig or Takeoff (whose birthname was Kirshnik Khari Ballwere). They were both rising stars in the entertainment business, but their impact will be felt by all who knew and loved their work.

CinemaBlend sends condolences and sympathies to the Craig family and friends during this difficult time.

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