Tyler Perry, Steve Harvey, Bill Cosby Form Charity to Teach Black Women How to Behave

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In a show of solidarity for the community that has contributed so much to their success, Tyler Perry, Steve Harvey and Bill Cosby have banded together to finally address and rectify the number-one issue plaguing the black community: the behavior of its women.
At the press conference, Tyler Perry said, “Having been a black woman in so many films, it breaks my heart to see so many of my sisters doing it so wrong.”
Steve Harvey, the author of the bestseller “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man” continued, “Tyler is right. If any black men out there think your wives or daughters may be in need of this service, please fill out the form on our website and submit their application. You won’t regret it.”
The three comedy giants held the press conference in the center of Atlanta’s historic Peachtree Street to announce their new charity, called Black Men Making Black Women Better (BMMBWB).

Bill Cosby, who declined to participate in the press conference because of the crowd it may attract, said in a statement that “the charity aims to teach black women a number of skills, including how to speak in a ladylike manner, how to adequately prepare a plate for their man, and when to mind their own damn business.”
BMMBWB has already achieved 501(c)(3) status and will be hosting its inaugural fundraiser in Atlanta this month: the “Women Don’t Sweat” Sit-a-Thon.