"This is what a midlife crisis looks like," Perry wrote in a post on social media that has whipped up a frenzy among the billionaire's fans.
The 651 billionaires gained a combined $1.06 trillion—more than the cost of sending $3,000 stimulus checks to every American.
The powerhouse actor, writer and director arranged the giveaway through his production company, Tyler Perry Studios.
The wealth of Tesla chief executive Elon Musk skyrocketed 277 percent from March to October. Meanwhile, almost 62 million Americans lost work between March 21 and September 19.
Recent polls suggest that Joe Biden already has a narrow advantage over President Donald Trump in the key southern battleground state.
Forbes announced Perry made the list with a reported $1 billion net worth.
Perry has joined other Hollywood billionaires like Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas.
The media mogul has caused some upset for her comments which she made in an episode of her series, "The Oprah Conversation."
It was reported this week that Kardashian West, 39, is due to reach billionaire status following the sale of a $200 million stake in her beauty brand KKW.
The rapper posted a picture of flowers and vegetables on Twitter to celebrate his wife's new billionaire status.
Billionaire wealth in America has increased 20 percent since the beginning of the pandemic.
Elton John announced that Dorsey was matching his EJAF's million dollar contribution in COVID relief.
Musk tweeted that he was selling almost all his possessions before writing out lyrics from the national anthem.
U.S. billionaires' collective fortunes increased $282 billion during the peak of the coronavirus lockdown.
Sheldon Adelson, whose wealth is estimated at $39.2 billion, is one of the Republican Party's most prominent donors.
"He is a threat because he's already dropped $400 million in this campaign," said the Massachusetts senator.
The billionaire businessman has spent about $418 million on television ads, which is about $100 million more than all of the other Democratic contenders combined.
"I still do not think he is the best candidate for our country," the Democratic presidential candidate noted.
The former White House chief strategist narrowed the 2020 presidential race down to "oligarch" billionaire Michael Bloomberg and President Donald Trump.
"I'm reading some headlines from newspapers about Pete Buttigieg," Sanders said. "Which side are you on?"
The billionaire former New York City mayor argued that he can beat Trump by appealing to "middle of the road Republicans."
"At some point in time, you do too much of one thing, then you should stop doing it," the billionaire presidential candidate said.
Stephen Moore said on a Monday segment of Fox News that if the middle class is disappearing, it's because they're getting richer, "which is a good thing."
"I'm running for president to defeat Donald Trump and rebuild America," Michael Bloomberg, 77, announced on Sunday.
Recent history shows that a large amount of money on hand doesn't necessarily guarantee a campaign's success. At the same time, nobody as rich as Michael Bloomberg has ever run for president.
The Morning Consult poll also found that the billionaire former New York City mayor would beat Trump by 6 percent.
"One billionaire calls another billionaire and asks him to run for president—I'm shocked!" Warren tweeted.
The rapper is unhappy about not being named a billionaire by Forbes.
"The activist is not the man who says the river is dirty," Perot once said. "The activist is the man who cleans up the river."