"I don't want to work this hard, I don't want to have all of this and not leave it to my children. A rep for Perry has yet to respond to the Daily News' request for comment. I also know, that as hard as I'm working — doing 20 hours a day — now is not the time." What a difference a year makes. No one speaks as fast as Madea: not her relatives, not the innocents she browbeats into submission, not the dreaded popo.She may look like a stodgy Church Lady, but she’s a bawdy homespun terrorist with the street in her blood — in “Boo!
” opens with a sequence set in a mostly white fraternity, Upsilon Theta, on the day of its annual Halloween bash.From what we can tell, however, there was only one incident between the two at the alleged location where Sole reportedly trespassed in order to talk with Perry.Reports did not specify what Sole wanted to talk with Perry about, but we doubt it was “work related.” The lawsuit does claim that Josh Sole has been “stubbornly litigious, or acted in bad faith, or caused the plaintiff unnecessary trouble and expense” reports The Atlanta Journal Constitution.The lawsuit doesn’t state the capacity in which sole was employed—perhaps because it might have been awkward to list “secret lover” as a job title.Odd that Tyler Perry would pursue financial remedy for a stalker situation, but he believes that he is entitled to the money because of the “discomfort and annoyance caused by the diminished value of peaceful enjoyment” he now has to endure.The scorned ex was then taken to Fulton County jail last Friday and booked.