Tyler Perry is disputing rapper Juelz Santana's claim that he was scheduled to film a reunion TV show with Tyler in Atlanta.
In December, Juelz pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve 27 months in prison. He was scheduled to turn himself in on January 30, but his new surrender date is February 28.
Juelz asked a judge to delay his surrender date so he could fly to Atlanta to film a reunion show with Tyler.
The judge delayed the rapper's surrender date for a month, but Tyler wants it known he is not producing a reunion special with Juelz.
Sources close to Tyler tell The Blast, he wants to make it perfectly clear he's not working with Juelz on a reunion show, despite the "Dipset" rapper claiming he was traveling to Atlanta for a "Tyler Perry Reunion."
Juelz is heading to Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, where the "Love & Hip Hop: New York" reunion show is scheduled to be taped, but that is the extent of his association with Tyler.
Jeulz's lawyer told the judge it was "crucial to his professional career" for the rapper to participate in the reunion show in mid-February.
Last year, Juelz was indicted on two federal firearms charges related to bringing a gun into the Newark International airport in March 2018.
As The Blast reported, Juelz scored an extra month of freedom for name dropping Tyler Perry in his court filing, but sources close to the "Madea" star say he is clueless about the shout-out.
Tyler is apparently not happy that Juelz used his name to delay serving his prison sentence.
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