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" In addition, she uses Ebonics and other various urban expressions.
Madea also intentionally adds a mispronounced "t" sound to many of her words, such as "Africant Americant", "cooking and cleanting" and "living for da Lort [Lord]." Madea is mostly noted for her outrageous overreactions and thuggish toughness over which she has shown no shame.
In the films, it has been revealed that Madea used to be a stripper, and her stagenames were Magnitude and Delicious.
It is heavily implied that she was a prostitute as well.
During the meeting, Madea ends up lecturing all the women to stop playing victims, stop whining, and start taking action to improve their lives.
Madea is mentally strong and offers nurturing advice to struggling individuals whom she cares for.
Madea has a lifelong criminal record that began at age 9 with a charge of petty theft.
It is also reported that Madea was charged with her first felony at this age, and her crimes began progressing to illegal gambling at age 18, which later evolved into check fraud, identity theft, insurance fraud (presumably related to her nine deceased husbands), assault, attempted murder, vehicle theft (mostly Lexus vehicles, the first vehicle she ever stole being a 1992 Lexus LS400), reckless driving (including smashing through objects, notably a mansion gate, a Cadillac CTS, and a fast food window in Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Goes to Jail, and Big Happy Family respectively) and forklifting vehicles out of parking spaces (usually for taking spaces that she wants to park at, as she did to many Camrys and Scions, as well as a Pontiac Solstice that she ruined in Madea Goes to Jail). In Diary of a Mad Black Woman alone, Madea and her granddaughter Helen Mc Carter were both charged with "criminal trespassing, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a handgun, assault with a deadly weapon, [driving on a] suspended license, expired registration, reckless driving, and a broken taillight", which placed Madea on house arrest, while her granddaughter was bailed for ,000.
In Meet the Browns, Madea was stopped by police as a normal traffic stop, only to refuse to pull over (fearing that she'll be sent to jail again), which leads her into a high-speed car chase with several law enforcement officials and news helicopters.
According to Family Reunion, Madea's mother, "Big Mabel" Murphy, was a hooker during Madea's childhood and wasn't at all religious.
As a result, Madea grew up with little knowledge of Christianity (as an elderly woman, Madea has a tendency to misquote the Bible). Washington High School, where she served as a cheerleader.
In spite of her outrageous and shocking behaviors, Madea is consultative, protective, loving, and motherly at heart.
This is heavily evidenced in Gets a Job, in which Madea provides life lessons, guidance, and direction to all the residents and staff members of a nursing home.
"Big Mable" is characterized as being very gentle, mild-mannered, kind and peaceful woman, with a long and very dangerous fuse.